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Speaking the truth, I hate and for the same time love autumn. I hate it for the rainy cold weather and the atmosphere of dying nature. But I love her. She is so…

On my break, I went on a walk and took my camera. On the way to work, I'd passed a woodpecker. Alas, it was gone by break time, but I did noticed some…

So this is how I get my bird shots!! The birds at our house don't seem to mind us or the cats much. My husband took shots of me and Samson while I was shooting…

I spotted this huge pine cone (it's about 5 inches tall!) in the car park at school today and thought it would make a good photographic subject so I brought it…

I thought I'd do a follow up posting to yesterday's pine cone as there were so many lovely patterns I didn't capture yesterday. This is a close up of the…

I'm staying at Belstead House near Ipswich this weekend, tutoring on another recorder course. The weather was appalling when I arrived so I didn't have an…

We arrived up at the cabin this morning for a 12-day vacation. In the intervening two weeks between the last time I was up here and now, the pine trees have…

This tree has a gash in its trunk, either from losing a branch or some other event. The gash has been there for a while, and it has allowed the sap to seep out,…

These photos are from this morning at the headquarters building. Again, I had a few minutes after breakfast to poke around the water and take photos of…
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