Category Archives: Wild Britain – Winter

The High Road – Wild Scotland

Click on image to enlarge ‘O’ ye’ll tak the high road and  I’ll tak the low road, And I’ll be in Scotland afore ye’ Well, less a road, more the train in my case. I’m on the overnight sleeper from … Continue reading

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More tales of the riverbank

Click on thumbnail to enlarge Last autumn I was fortunate enough to work on a project with leading wildlife conservation and environmental photographer Terry Whittaker . I’d long admired Terry’s work  which I’d seen through his success with the Wildlife Photographer … Continue reading

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A very Happy New Year

Click on thumbnail to enlarge Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a good festive period. Christmas was spent with the family at Dockenfield, near Farnham in Surrey. The journey getting there was interesting. My parents had been cut off … Continue reading

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Winter wonderland

It’s – 14 degrees centigrade and the snow lies deep on the ground, blanketing the surrounding North Lincolnshire countryside. Despite the freezing temperatures it’s a bright sunny day. There’s not a cloud in the sky. It’s a scene that could … Continue reading

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