Category Archives: Spring

To see if he…

After a break it was back out on the Ironstone Benefice trail yesterday with the artist David Manley.   It was a hard slog and at times I wasn’t sure were going to be able to finished the day – fortunately we … Continue reading

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Not always welcome…

  As summer approaches the flowers start to come out in force and it is so tempting to make photographic images of them.  But therein lies the problem.  Flowers need light to look their best but the combination of the … Continue reading

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Some kind a misunderstandin’

 

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From the bright side of the road…

What a wonderful thing it is to live in England in spring.  This is not meant to be some form of jingoistic statement but rather a reflection of just how the weather changes so quickly on these damp and green … Continue reading

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Wellington Steamboat…

Creative constipation …

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Here comes the sun…

  So that was another year over and done with – all depends whether you count solar or lunar cycles as your method for marking the passage of another year which  is nonsense as time is time irrespective of which … Continue reading

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In an English country(ish) garden

Standing in my garden I can sometimes even imagine that I am in a country garden, the birds are singing, in the distance the cows are mooing in the water meadows and occasionally you hear a passing steam train sound … Continue reading

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