Blean Woods

When we arrived at Blean Woods, just outside Canterbury, my sister and I had a short debate about which of the waymarked trails we should follow.  The red trail (2.6 miles) seemed a… Continue reading

Hucking Estate – A Return Visit

My first visit to Hucking Estate was in May, peak bluebell season.  Set in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it is a great location for a woodland walk.  I went back… Continue reading

Light and Shadow

Oare Gunpowder Works, Kent

Photography Day – Howletts

Howletts Wild Animal Park, near Canterbury, offers a number of experience days for visitors, including keeper days, animal encounters and photography days.  Thanks to a very generous Christmas present from my parents, I… Continue reading

Riverside Country Park

One weekend a few weeks back, I finally succumbed to the nasty cold that had been doing the rounds at work.  After a lazy Saturday at home, on Sunday I decided that fresh… Continue reading

Green

I am not keeping up very well with blogging, but will try to do better!  For now, just one image, taken close to home.

Shorne Woods (2)

Whilst it’s always great to discover somewhere new, there are times when I want to return to a familiar location, and Shorne Woods Country Park is one of my favourites.  On each visit,… Continue reading

Oare Gunpowder Works

Oare Gunpowder Works Country Park is near Faversham, in Kent.  Not surprisingly, given its name, the site used to play a key role in the gunpowder industry and was an ammunitions factory during… Continue reading

Circles

For our June photography group meeting, the theme was circles.  As always, we all interpreted that in very different ways and spent the evening looking at and discussing a varied set of images.… Continue reading

The Park

As I have mentioned a few times, I have been working on a final college project.  With urban green space as my overarching theme, I decided to focus particularly on Milton Creek Country… Continue reading