Category Archives: Wild Britain – Autumn

Cemetery Gates

Click on image to enlarge It may sound a little strange but  I have a great love for cemeteries. For me they provide a place for calm and reflection in the heart of our towns and cities, a welcome retreat from … Continue reading

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Autumn Song

Click on image to enlarge I devoted the early part of the autumn to working on the annual deer rut in London’s Royal Parks.  The rut is one of the British Isles’ most spectacular wildlife watching experiences. Although I had spent … Continue reading

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If you go down to the woods today…

Click on thumbnail to enlarge …you’re sure to find a reflection hide! I know, my blogs are like London buses. None for a while and then two at once. Last weekend I was up in Worcestershire again working on my … Continue reading

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A Walk in the Park

Click on thumbnail to enlarge Last week my good friend and mentor Danny Green was down for Wildlife Photographer of The Year and the Wildphotos event that runs alongside it. Whilst he was staying with us he was keen to … Continue reading

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