Walk from home

The one time I don’t usually take my camera out with me is when I walk from home.  Last December I decided to use the fabulous mornings as the perfect excuse.  My son was picked up in the taxi at 8.30, I was already dressed so all I needed to do was to pick up the camera and go out.  I did a usual walk, taking my time and enjoying the

Spring into Life

February half-term school holidays are usually a mixed bag, with clear blue skies and cold air along with miserable wet, grey days!  We made the most of one of the better mornings with an early start (for us) and went to Baddesley Clinton which I knew would have these stunning snowdrops in the churchyard.  After a stroll around the small woodland watching the different birds including nuthatch, long tail tits and tree

Start at the beginning

I thought I should start with a sunset as that is what caught my attention when I was a teenager, I insisted my dad took me down to Duckpool in Cornwall so that I could take a photo of the sunset.  That photograph stayed on my wall for the next ten years.  Every holiday had to involve a trip to see the sunset, which I carried on with my own children

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