Category Archives: wildlife
As a photographer, taking pictures of red squirrels speeds up the pressing button reactions! They are lightning quick and not given to conversation with strangers – unlike the greys who will eat out of your hand!
As a result of my photography in Ness Gardens, I was invited to Germany to go and see the Weleda Garden at Wetzgau, the largest medicinal garden in Europe. Weleda’s approach to health care is based on the principles of … Continue reading
My photography work has taken a new direction and I am doing a bit of travelling at the moment. Last week I got to the Scilly Islands and on a trip out to sea on this high speed boat I … Continue reading
Eighteen months ago I visited North West Scotland on holiday and stayed on Mull with some friends. At about the same time I became aware of the 2010 project for Macmillan Cancer which was accepting photographic entries for a new … Continue reading
The bluebells come out at a magic time of year- within a few days of flowering the woodland canopy has emerged from its winter hibernation and the light filters through the lime green glade on to the endless blue carpet. … Continue reading
Walking off the excess of Turkey and Christmas pudding on the Wirral Way near Hooton these last few days has been essential. The snow made it all the more charming although that has now melted. The relics of last years … Continue reading
I took these pictures a week ago in North Yorkshire. It was a blazing hot day and the heather was just coming out and I thought I might see a grouse or two. The grouse were extremely elusive (which, as … Continue reading
A trip to the Treshnish Isles last week….