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Well, this in my series nature taking back was a bit of a surprise. I was out for a walk with my camera to take photographs of something I saw a few weeks ago…

A short walk today, well, it wasn't meant to be. Did I switch the bread baker on??? So, up the hill and back again, the haunted cottage tomorrow. The woods on…

I love trees and I love taking pictures of them. Just one little tree branch can create amazing depth in a simple photograph, while a forest makes an incredible…

Blue tits often visit our garden feeders, they're a very common woodland bird, and it would be easy to take them for granted (like our robin). They're also…

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It’s only a few days since I spent a morning at Hatfield Forest with my pinhole camera so I was thrilled when the developed negatives arrived in the post today.…

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…

While our lockdown Coronavirus lockdown was being eased the first main concession was that our "stay local" area was eased and we were able to venture 5 miles…

Sidmouth is a small coastal town at the mouth of the River Sid in East Devon. It sits on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site (https://whc.unesco.org/en/list/…

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…

It is ladyslipper orchid time at the local conservation area and we just made it in time. By next week they will be well on their way out. The area is a bog…

[079/365] Day 79 of my 365 Photo Challenge. After the day's temperature increased noticeably, I used the proximity of a gorge to cool down a bit. I came across…

[078/365] Day 78 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Despite the bad weather, I took the opportunity for a trip to the foothills of the Alps. This time I visited a…

It is two months since last I posted photos of our garden and its wildlife. Coronavirus lockdown has made our garden all the more important to us. Brilliant…

By the end of this afternoon I’d spent several hours in front of my computer and was desperate for a walk. I really couldn’t be bothered to carry a big camera,…

And so my summer struggles begin, trying to make photographic sense of the forest chaos in which I live...

A tree in Winter, February to be precise. It was a cold crisp day and all the colours in this part of the wood were subdued so I looked for some monochrome…

[058/365] Day 58 of my 365 Photo Challenge. Today I revisited Kiental near Kloster Andechs to take another picture of the waterfall. I had already visited the…

I wasn’t sure whether I’d find many fresh photos during a stroll through Alsa Woods this afternoon, but I took a camera with me anyway – old habits die hard!…
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