Category Archives: natural worlds
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!
Colour is less obvious at this time of year – yet in the amazing winter light it has a vibrance all of its own – like with this amazing red winter kale seen at Ness Gardens.
Spring gets earlier and earlier as these two pink beauties suggest. They were flowering in the pine woods at Ness Gardens last week. And it’s only January….
Photo taken this week at Ness Gardens in Cheshire.
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
Bodnant is based in North Wales and has to be one of the most stunning gardens in the UK, thanks to its varied topography and mild climate. A visit here is highly recommended particularly in late spring early summer. You … 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