Tag Archives: Contre Jour

Light on the Water

Fine winter’s days are becoming rare and precious occasions this winter. When a good day dawns, it’s time to get out with the camera and make the most of the weather window before the next depression sweeps across the Atlantic bringing … Continue reading

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Summer Leaves

Sadly the vibrant colours of Spring leaves don’t last long. Within a few weeks they become drab and tired, often diseased, and the victim of the weather. The broad palette of colours is replaced by a very ordinary homogenous green. … Continue reading

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Lilac Leaves

There is, to my mind, something magical and mystical about the process of Spring. It never ceases to amaze, and when you have the capacity to watch it on a daily basis (as I am fortunate to be able to … Continue reading

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Spring Filaments

Spring is my favourite season of the year. Watching the countryside green-up, leaves uncurl, flowers and blossom open out is a magical experience. It never fails to excite and amaze although I’ve seen it all before over 60 times. I … Continue reading

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Sundown over Ivinghoe Beacon

My Posts are usually planned a few days in advance. It gives me time to draft the text, select the images, and then ‘park’ the draft returning to it for a read through (and usually an edit) before I finally … Continue reading

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