With a busy day of video conference calls ahead during our Covid-enforced lockdown, this morning I rose early to find solace in nature. It was dark when I left the house, but already a song thrush was in full voice. I had a destination in mind to visit with my
There’s something surreal about exploring the countryside during heavy snow fall. All sounds are muffled and the light takes on an eerie quality. It’s tempting to wait until the snow clouds pass and the sun comes out, but don’t wait . . brave the cold, put your camera in a
I’ve uploaded a new panorama image to my online shop on Photocrowd. It’s a view over the Usk Valley looking up to the ridge of the Brecon Beacons. I find myself getting easily lost in this image, which really comes alive when seen full size (available up to 72″ across).
Granny Scots pine aglow – image shortlisted for FSC photo competition. Find out how to vote.
I’ve been waiting patiently for the leaves on this field maple to fall after it was flailed again this Summer. The repeated flailing of this hedgerow maple has resulted a fantastic yet sorry form that only shows the resilience of trees to human hand. See more of my tree photos
Some experiments in photography of the nightsky reveal that I’ve much to learn but its a fun artform.