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


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

Autumn (2)

Following my blog post last weekend, here’s part 2, with more images taken in Shorne Woods Country Park and Blean Woods, both in Kent.

Autumn (1)

I have spent quite a bit of time in the woods lately – when the weather has permitted! – trying to experience and photograph autumn before it disappears.  It’s a beautiful season, but… Continue reading

Oare Gunpowder Works Country Park

Yesterday was Bonfire Night in the UK, remembering the failed gunpowder plot of 1605, in which Guy Fawkes and others tried to assassinate the King.  Shortly after Guy Fawkes’ arrest, the public were… Continue reading


Dungeness, on the south coast of Kent, is a place like no other.  A popular destination for photographers, it is known for its power stations and lighthouses, its scattering of wooden houses, and… Continue reading

Blean Woods (2)

Blean Woods, July 2016 (Apologies for the lack of blog posts – life is keeping me busy!  I am hoping to have a longer post for you by this time next week.)