Category Archives: landscape
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
A break in schedules photographing lots of people allows time for some landscape shots on this beautiful island….
I took this photo on 35mm thirteen years ago and have only just come across it. I was obsessing with the scratches- the small detail on the train window – and the grime on a bleak day, and although photographed … 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
Just looking around and the trees are suddenly leafless again. That was a short summer. I took this on my pocket Olympus as I walked down the Wirral Way near Willaston. Time is just flying by…