Taken at Kew Gardens. This guy was very real and had a good stare on him.
Ok, so for those of you that don’t know where Colchester is, it’s in Essex, England and there are definitely no great plains for wild animals to wander in. There aren’t wild animals for that matter, although you may beg … Continue reading
Another from Colchester Zoo. As I said in yesterday’s post, I thought the animals had a decent amount of space to roam and here it is. It got very dark after I this shot was taken and it took us … Continue reading
I spent this weekend in the Isle of Wight and got quite a few shots that I’m happy with. This was taken on a walk from West Cowes to
Excuse the title, but yesterday I spent a lovely few hours walking around Beckenham Place Park and took about fifty shots, yet I came away with very little to talk of. Shit! …and here are the mushrooms.
It does seem a shame to replace my previous post with a shot of an insect, but we didn’t leave the villa yesterday so my opportunities were kind of restricted. The whole day was spent in the garden eating, drinking, … Continue reading
Nothing worthwhile posting today so I thought I’d show you this. It was taken a while ago in Hyde Park on the night I took this picture. I’ve boosted the colours slightly using a Selective Color layer and adjusted the … Continue reading
Not an amazing shot by any standards, but this stopped me in my tracks at the weekend. I know the walls have ears, but the trees have faces. Update: I’ve entered this image into the Digital Picture of Britain competition. … Continue reading
Taken in Kelsey Park, Beckenham a few weekends ago.
Yes, another flower, I know. But I went out with yesterday’s post in mind and decided that if I took a picture of a flower I would try to do something different. Hopefully this is different. I’m going back to … Continue reading
I struggled today to find an image that I really liked. I eventually narrowed it down to three and this won out. I do like it, but probably because I’m tired and probably because I spent a fair amount of … Continue reading