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For my next photography workshop at Hatfield Forest we’re going to try some long exposure photography. Heavy duty Neutral Density filters are pretty expensive…

Last autumn was really great. It was warm and sunny very long, till the beginning of November. And it's good to use a good weather while it lasts, so a little…

Same tree, different angle, different treatment. A beautiful oak in the hills behind our castle. Still winter stark but waiting for the spring.

So I decided to make some wall hooks for my newborn girl Willow early last year (2018) just before she was born to hang clothes in her room. Me & my wife Becky…

Grocery shopping isn’t my favorite thing to do. Actually I hate it. Especially in the countryside, where it’s necessary to drive by car for every single…

The grounds of Culford School is home to large numbers of rooks and they were out in force early this morning as I took a pre-breakfast walk. Seeing these two…

Work continued to salvage the collapsed oak tree at Hatfield Forest today. With little free time before starting my shift I visited to see what progress the…

We have some wonderful veteran trees at Hatfield Forest, dating back centuries. Sadly one of our oak trees succumbed to the strong winds last weekend and a huge…

In the hills above our village we are blessed with some wonderful old oak trees and there is truly something magical about them which has long been recognised.…

The Kings Oak is estimated to be around 1.900 years old, and it has been up to 14 meter in circumference. Not so impressing today - but still living.

The Oak is native to the UK and is only subtly different from English oak. This is also the tree that supplies Acorns.

I enjoyed the luxury of a brief stroll at Hatfield Forest this morning, before heading off to a conference for the day.  The low sun was lovely when I arrived,…
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