Tag Archives: Flowers

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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Back to the Ironstone…

Cold just about banished it was time to once more enter the freezer of the Ironstone benefice – today I was chasing snowdrops.

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Learning all the time…

Most of the day has been spent learning more about my new lens – an interesting experience and a lot of data has been stored for further use – whether this helps is another matter.   On the whole it … Continue reading

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Autumn is still here…

After suggesting that autumn has arrived I woke up this morning to glorious sunshine.   But I stick by my prediction.

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Faces in the Garden…

Another day another test and the I am starting to understand my new lens just a little better.   The one thing that is more than abundantly clear is that it is a great addition to my current lens range … Continue reading

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Getting dry…

Another visit to the rather damp Hidcote Manor – the lighting conditions were near perfect with a flat light and plenty of rain drops.

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Gardner’s Daughter

Apparently the only difference between a man and a boy is the cost of his toys.  I will let others debate how true that is but I have just bought myself a new toy an d these are the first … Continue reading

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