Girafferacing's Plants and flowers Posts

I’ve spent very little time at Hatfield Forest beyond my working hours this winter, so it was a pleasure to simply stroll with camera today. The sun was out,…

I set my alarm early this morning and peeked out of the window. Seeing the glow of some early morning sun I got dressed and headed out into West Dean Gardens,…

As photography has become ever more of an obsession for me, one thing I have come to appreciate is the way light falls on the world around me. If you’d told me…

At this time of year, the Acer in our garden positively glows with autumnal colours. The leaves are just beginning to drop now so I thought I’d catch a quick…

At my evening class last night one of my students kindly brought me some glorious red dahlias from her garden. They’re such a wonderful shade of red that it…

Our garden is a riot of colour at the moment, with vivid orange marigolds and deep red cosmos flowers. After a morning of writing I allowed myself a few minutes…

Today’s weather didn’t look too promising first thing this morning. It didn’t take long for the low cloud to clear though, replaced by warm sunshine. The…

Late every summer these scarlet lilies burst forth in our garden, providing a beautiful splash of colour. Walking past them today I noticed these perfect curls…

My work has brought me to the High Leigh conference centre at Hoddesdon this weekend, although that hasn’t left a lot of time for photography. I escaped for the…

It’s amazing how quickly the seasons change – it may happen every year but it still takes me by surprise. At Hatfield Forest today I noticed a definite change…

I had another one of those days today, when photographic opportunities didn’t really present themselves. However, when I got home I made the most of the fading…

After spending most of yesterday shooting with a pretty short focal length I took a longer view today. We went for a stroll around the gardens at Audley End…

I planted our summer flowers a little late this year so it’s taken a while for them to get established in the garden. Despite the intensely hot, dry weather,…

I sneaked away to the walled garden this afternoon, partly to photograph it for the summer school photobook, but also so escape the hustle and bustle of the…

We headed south today for four days at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. We stopped off at Nymans en-route for a spot of lunch and a brief stroll around the…

It’s been one of those days today when I’ve been so focused on my work that I didn’t touch my camera at all. Fortunately, after the concert I conducted this…

I wasn’t presented with any obvious photo opportunities at work today so I found myself without a daily photo at dinner time. While our evening meal was in the…

I’m more used to being at West Dean College in March, when the gardens are fairly dormant. This weekend gave me a chance to see a much more colourful scene.…

One of the joys of visiting Dillington House is the glorious wisteria which adorns the front of the building. My visit this year fortuitously coincided with a…
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