Tag Archives: Red

Decay and Renew – Day 5

Autumn is finally hitting – although the temperature is still quite warm.  Leaves are falling and seeds and berries are out in abundance.  In all of this decay there are the seeds of renewal.

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Look no further for Red October

It is so very tempting to think because we live on an island we are safe from the outside world…after all the channel has protected us since 1688, that is if you discount the small French foray into Wales in … Continue reading

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Something that I have never understood

Over the years I have looked at many many photographs and one thing has puzzled more each time more than anything else – why is it important to know the F stop and shutter speed etc?   I suspect I am … Continue reading

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In an English country(ish) garden

Standing in my garden I can sometimes even imagine that I am in a country garden, the birds are singing, in the distance the cows are mooing in the water meadows and occasionally you hear a passing steam train sound … Continue reading

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Freshly Squeezed

Another beautiful day and what better way to start the day than to walk amongst the flowers whilst the air is still cool – simple things are usually the most rewarding.

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Autumn – some blasts from the past

  Here is a small collection of some of the Autumn photographs I have made in the past.  Some are a bit cliched I know but they are nonetheless very Autumnal.  Of course I won’t be able to make half … Continue reading

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