Tag Archives: Microscapes

Looking down

Continuing the theme of ‘Under Foot‘, today I’m posting another pair of images from Birling Gap. The Sun shone brilliantly that day, and where there is the combination of sun, sea, sand and low tide there is one view that … Continue reading

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Single Leaf

The beauty of Autumn, or Fall, is visible wherever we look right now in the Northern Hemisphere. In the swathes of woodland and forest, and the leaf litter carpeting the ground But it’s when we narrow our focus and view … Continue reading

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Hanging There

It was wall-to-wall sunshine yesterday, an unusual phenomenon recently (normal service has been resumed today – it’s raining)! A beautiful day for getting out there and capturing the colours of Autumn. We returned to Wrest Park to walk through the … Continue reading

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On borrowed time

Autumn is creeping up on us in the UK, patchily. It’s a time of the year that has intense beauty in the broad sweep of the country and also in the small detail. Personally, I prefer the small detail, getting … Continue reading

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Seasonal Confusion

10 days ago, on what turned out to be the last warm sunny day of our Summer, we visited one of our favourite country estates – Wrest Park. It’s a place I have photographed before so on this occasion I … Continue reading

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