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Tag Archives: Trees
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
Some images from a recent walk in the New Forest with my good friend Ryhope Ranger. Deer Skull, Fallen Leviathan and Mossy Log respectively.
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
Another opportunistic shot grabbed with the Nexus 5 while out walking with Arthur at lunchtime. Art exclaimed that we had walked past it many times but he had only just noticed the incredible lines and whorls that appear to have … Continue reading
Some lazy* images from today’s walk in the New Forest. The light was far from excellent, but even in its subdued state revealed many interesting aspects of a walk I (mistakenly) thought I was very familiar with! We were hoping … Continue reading
I like the reflected reality seems less frantic than the real world above, which is bright and busy.
One of the many gnarly old oaks in the park near where I work in Bournemouth, snapped on my Google Nexus 5.
Proof that satisfying (for me at least) photos aren’t always the result of a bright sunny day. On the contrary, these images emerged from a heavy drizzle over at my beloved Buckland Rings.
So, some more image from Buckland Rings! You’d be forgiven for thinking that it is huge, given the amount that I take and post, but in fact it is relatively tiny geographically speaking. I think the fact that it takes in … Continue reading