Category Archives: Landscapes

Tree Bark

We never stop seeing the world slightly differently, finding a new focus of interest unexpectedly. A few days ago I went for a slowish walk through woodland that was new to me and found myself fascinated by tree bark. I … Continue reading

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Yellow oil Part 2

One of the benefits of being part of the WordPress on-line community is that fellow photographers make suggestions when they see an image they like. When I posted the full colour version of this, Linda Grashoff who I have known … Continue reading

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Yellow oil

Rapeseed – Brassica Napus to give it its proper name – is one of the stand-out sights of Spring in the UK. For some years, finding a photogenic yellow field has been one of the challenges I have set myself each … Continue reading

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Theatre of Chaos

From the bold, classic lines of silhouetted Pine trees in my previous post from Blackdown (click here to view) to the chaotic jungle of the deciduous woodland that cloaks the lower slopes of Blackdown. I have noticed that much of the … Continue reading

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Generations of Trees

Had a great day on Sunday with my son on Blackdown, the highest point in the South Downs National Park. Blackdown is a large promontory of high heathland that projects south into Sussex from near the town of Haslemere. Flint … Continue reading

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Choices

Life is full of choices from the life-changing decisions of which career path to follow, to the mundane of which shirt shall I wear today. Photography is no different. We constantly make choices about the direction of travel of our … Continue reading

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Perfect Symmetry

Sharp frosts and bright sunny days are days to be enjoyed and photographed. Especially when one is rewarded with an image like this. How do trees achieve this level of symmetry? I spotted this example late in the afternoon on … Continue reading

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