I began today’s morning walk with the intention of a “nature focus” for my second Haiku. Birds twittering and the crunch of wheat stalks underfoot were the only sounds, but it was the image of crows on the ground, bales… Read More ›
A typical sight in our Cotswolds village as cars parked overnight are wrapped in a blanket of leaves before being being driven off to work.
The leaves are still falling and creating a carpet of gold in woods, fields and streets all over the Cotswolds. It won’t last; decay will claim them, first turning them brown then into a messy sludge acting as a compost… Read More ›
A few simple images that unquestionably signal Autumn. The berries ripen, the lichen takes on a deeper colour, and the leaves fall. All seen within a few weeks and in streets, gardens and woods everywhere.
Picture behind the story #25 The white horse of Chablis!
This is the latest time of the year we have visited Chablis, just a couple of days to visit a few winemakers before moving on to Beaune further south for a week. From a landscape photography viewpoint the timing was… Read More ›
WordPress Photo Challenge: As temporary as a Stinkhorn!
A walk through our local woods is a macro photographer’s delight at this time of year with its abundance of fungi, mostly inedible, all temporary. None is more temporary than a typical Stinkhorn which 24 hours later has degraded into… Read More ›
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