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As I finished my shift at Hatfield Forest today the sun was out, throwing some beautiful long shadows across the frosty ground. I quickly set about finding my…

Cregannan Lake is one of the best kept secrets in the southern part of Snowdonia The approach road can be a little challenging but once you get there the car…

Cregannon was left to the National Trust to remember family members who didn't return from the Great War One of the joys of walking around the Lake is to watch…

It’s been over a year since my Olympus Trip had some action so I’ve run a roll of Rollei 400S film through it over the last couple of weeks. Although it’s a…

After my shift at Hatfield Forest this afternoon I took the opportunity for a short walk before heading home. The low winter sun had disappeared behind some…

During my shift at Hatfield Forest today I spent a little while walking around the lake and along the boardwalk, picking up litter left by our visitors. It may…

Five months after we last saw each, I met up with my friend Erica at Stowe yesterday. The gardens seemed a good spot to meet – roughly halfway between our homes…

I felt a spot of slow photography was in order this morning, so I took one of my pinhole cameras along for my walk at Hatfield Forest. Pausing to take photos in…

A couple of weeks ago I returned to Hatfield Forest with two plans – to photograph the Red Poll cattle and to shoot a roll of film in the Rolleiflex. I shared…

After last week’s scorching visit to Hatfield Forest, today brought altogether more blustery conditions. I spent most of the morning wandering the quieter…

I finally made it back to Hatfield Forest today, three months after my last walk there. The warm weather seems to have triggered butterfly season and the…

It’s five years since I last visited Ickworth, a stately home near Bury St Edmunds, so we booked a visit for today to coincide with Kevin’s day off. The house…

While the National Trust place I work at hasn’t yet reopened, some of the other countryside properties near here have begun to welcome visitors again. Having…

While we’re supposed to be avoiding social contact it’s become ever more important to have access to outside space where this is possible. Sadly, common sense…

We’ve been lucky with the weather for all our monitoring walks at Hatfield Forest, but today our luck ran out. As I drove into the Forest snow was falling and…

It’s been a couple of years since Hatfield Forest was invaded by a flock of hawfinches – seasonal migrants from colder climates. Last week they returned and I…

Each month a colleague and I take a walk at Hatfield Forest, photographing the same points to help track the way the way the ground is coping with the footfall…

One thing digital photography lacks is that sense of anticipation as you wait for your films to be developed and return in the post. I sent this roll of…
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