Blean in Summer

Normal service is resumed today, with photos taken in Blean Woods, just outside Canterbury, in Kent.  I love a woodland walk in summer, but find it the hardest time of year to photograph… Continue reading


Our photography group meets about every six weeks.  As I have no doubt explained before, we choose a topic or theme (usually something fairly open that can be interpreted in a variety of… Continue reading

Bluebell Season at Hucking Estate

I took the photos in this post a couple of months ago, which will be apparent as soon as you look at them!  Bluebell season is long gone, but remains one of my… Continue reading

Herne Bay

After much deliberation, I have finally treated myself to a camera that is rather more compact than the DSLR I typically use.  At first, I had big ideas of carrying it with me… Continue reading

Bewl Water

Well, it’s been a long time since I was here!  Time has run away with me and I’ve struggled to give my poor blog any TLC.  I can’t promise that is going to… Continue reading


Warden is a small village on the Isle of Sheppey, Kent.  The area, particularly around Warden Point, is well known amongst those who collect and study fossils, and there were a couple of… Continue reading

In Search of Bluebells

This is one of my favourite times of the year; bluebell season.  The sight and scent of thousands of bluebells carpeting the forest floor is truly impressive, and it’s no wonder that so… Continue reading

Samphire Hoe and beyond

Samphire Hoe is a 30-hectare site between Dover and Folkestone.  Accessed through a tunnel, it is situated at the base of Shakespeare Cliff and was created during the construction of the Channel Tunnel.… Continue reading

Beachy Head, Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters

Every now and then, my sister and I venture a little further afield for one of our day trips.  The journey to Birling Gap took longer than anticipated, but we arrived in sunshine… Continue reading

Elmley National Nature Reserve – A Return Visit

Elmley National Nature Reserve is on the Isle of Sheppey, Kent.  It is accessed via a two-mile road, along which it is possible to see birds and other wildlife.  The reserve itself is… Continue reading