the recent bitterly cold weather front from Siberia has sent temperatures as low as -10C across the United Kingdom and left the most spectacular ice formations in its wake. December 2012.
the beach at Polzeath, just after sunset. July 2012
holidays by the beach always afford plentiful photographic opportunities, but there is nothing quite as spectacular as watching the sun slowly set over a beach. these photos were taken over a series of three days and each sunset was as unique as it was beautiful. August 2012
…there is so much insect activity in the garden at this time of year, photographic opportunities abound! hover fly feeding on a daylily. July 2012.
…nestling amongst the lichen. sadly, no fairy was resident at the time. perfect in its simplicity. July 2012.
taken this morning in my front garden. my next photographic purchase is definitely going to be a great macro lens!!
couldn’t resist posting another puddle-splashing picture!
there is an amazing amount of water everywhere following yesterday’s dousing; mini lakes have appeared in fields, roads have transformed into rivers. an investigative stroll revealed some amazing sights – the River Cherwell has completely burst its banks turning well-trodden bridle paths into flowing waterways. welly splashing in muddy puddle opportunities abound and were taken …