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I’ve walked through Linnets Wood, in Ugley Green, a couple of times but never really explored it properly. This morning I returned with the Rolleiflex (on its…

I have a Photographer friend whose main subjects, if not his only subjects, are TREES! In botanical terms he would be a 'Dendrophile'. The study of which is…

Earlier this month I succumbed to temptation and bought myself a Rollei 35S camera. I’ll share some photos of it soon, but I do at least have my first roll of…

Late this afternoon I got out for a walk, just as the sun was dropping towards the horizon. For most of the winter I have avoided Alsa Woods as the ground has…

After a hard frost overnight we were hoping for snow today. The path of the storm seemed to be heading our way, but I decided to make the most of the cold…

I am not alone in thinking the dunnock one of our most un-appreciated little birds. From a distance this is a dull brown bird, often skulking in the undergrowth…

I’ve been meaning for weeks to share the set of pinhole photos I took at Hatfield Forest in late November, but somehow they’ve always fallen in the cracks.…

This is another of those birds that seem to evade my camera lens for years, then turn up again and again. I had seen no treecreepers for several years, then one…

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…

After a grey morning the sun appeared this afternoon so I escaped to Alsa Woods for a walk. As the days get shorter the most beautiful light comes earlier each…

Sundays image seem to have a bit of a theme going, green and damp. This Sunday to be fair was not so damp and was very mild and calm. I guess I would have been…

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…

Many of our Cambridgeshire woodlands provide an ideal habitat and setting for the photography of butterflies. Gamlingay Wood is on a clay soil which makes paths…

Most gardens in Britain will be visited by or little robin. They're so tame that I can recall occasions when I was digging the ground with a spade and almost…

I enjoyed a little more photographic experimentation today, this time at Hatfield Forest. Once again I tried some double exposures, along with a little…
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