Leysdown-on-Sea

Leysdown-on-Sea is on the east side of the Isle of Sheppey, in Kent.  Last Saturday, I visited the beach in the morning, just as the early mists were clearing.  I only had time… Continue reading

Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest

Bedgebury National Pinetum, close to the Kent/East Sussex border, contains over 12,000 trees and shrubs, many rare and historically important, and plays a key role in the conservation of conifers.  The parkland of… Continue reading

Back to Basics – Pinhole Photography

For some time now, I have said that I really want to gain some understanding of the darkroom.  I had film cameras as I was growing up, of course, but they were of… Continue reading

Camber Sands – Winter

As regular visitors to this blog will know, a small group of us meet locally once every six weeks or so to share our recent images.  For every meeting, we choose a theme,… Continue reading

King’s Wood (Part 2)

As promised in last week’s post, here are the rest of my images from King’s Wood, Challock.  As before, clicking on any of them will open up the gallery so you can take… Continue reading

King’s Wood (Part 1)

It’s no secret that I love a walk in the woods.  There’s so much that appeals to me: the sounds of the forest, the hush, punctuated by birdsong and the creaking of the… Continue reading

Mote Park in Winter

Having visited Mote Park in early autumn, I was curious to see how the same space looked in mid-winter.  I visited a few weeks ago, on one of the first really cold, bright… Continue reading

The Swale National Nature Reserve

So much for good intentions!  As we approached the end of last year, I decided that I would get back into blogging in the new year, and here I am nearly a month… Continue reading

December

I am sorry for my silence here over the last month or so.  Life has been busier than ever, and photography and blogging have had to take a bit of a back seat.… Continue reading

Riverside Country Park

I seem to be spending more and more time checking the weather forecast!  Whilst it is considered to be a fairly British obsession anyway, now that I have started to understand a little… Continue reading