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Spring this year is turning into something of an odd, long, drawn out affair, with peculiar weather that seemingly swaps between seasons from one hour to the next. That said the annual riot of fecundity is just around the corner, … Continue reading
There are two huge oaks that tower over the end of our road and they are impressive at any time of year. This picture captures them shortly after their leaves have emerged and looks vaguely infra-red with the bright-green leaves … Continue reading
My most recent visits to Buckland have been dull, hurried affairs in bad weather, with a dog that desperately needed walking and not much time to accomplish the task. Today, however, was one of those days where the light was … Continue reading
Some interesting fungi discovered while wandering around with Ripley near Spy Holmes in the New Forest.
My previous shots [1, 2] of Fistulina Hepatica, or beefsteak mushrooms have looked like something out of a horror movie, so am quite pleased with the aesthetic qualities of this one. One from the top: And finally one for those who insist … Continue reading
So, a simple walk with the dog on a sunny day turned into a frenzy of photography as there were so many startling images to be captured. Sadly my camera was at home recharging so I had to rely on … Continue reading
Irretrievably baked into the now hard ground, this boot was found just a little way down slope from another abandoned welly, in apparent defiance of the warning that one presented.
It was the silvery snail/slug trails that drew my eye to this tiny, forlorn corpse, and I think the cluttered, abstract nature of the image is what appeals overall, rather than any fascination with death or physical remains.
Once again nature’s patterns draw my eye and the camera follows.