I love how small you feel walking in forests, it’s at that point that you realise how small we are.
When you see scenes like this you wonder why we’re cutting so many trees and natural woodlands down, we should be cherishing these places not destroying them.
This was taken at the amazing Bedgebury Pinetum in Kent. Read More
The other evening I had a little walk around the local woodlands which leads into the grounds of a hotel which is very popular with weddings.
At the bottom of their grounds is this small pond which when calm offers the most amazing reflections. I was on my way to pick up my youngest so only had my phone with me. Read More
This gorgeous old building was in the Arundel wetlands. It gave a wonderful vantage point for spotting birds and wildlife.
Just a few minutes after this it started to rain and I made a dash for hut to seek shelter. Read More
I’ve taken so many photos of the West Pier but there are two photos, bucket shots if you will that I want to take. The first one is the West Pier with a completely white beach from the snow, next time it snows I’m heading straight down there.
The second is this one that I’m showing today. A completely empty photo just with the pier almost hovering in the water. This was taken with a long exposure and hardly a wave in the sea. Read More
I thought I’d try something a little different this year. With #MySundayPhoto ending at the end of 2018 I wanted to keep posting on a Sunday and so I think I’m going to post my photos from the previous week that I’ve shared on Instagram.
My focus this coming year really is on Instagram and growing that. It’s the social media platform that I enjoy the most. Instead of sharing photos everyday what I’m finding works for me is sharing a photo every other day. Read More
As it’s the start of 2019 I thought I’d share My Top 5 Photos of 2018. These aren’t the photos that received the most likes, or the most amazingly technical photos…these are ones that I enjoy.
Photos for me should transform you back to that moment when you took it, and make the person looking at the photo drift away. Read More
Whilst it seemed like everyone in Sussex was still in bed I was up exploring.
This was taken the day after Boxing Day, it was a misty start to the day and I was looking forward to getting a few misty scenes.
As I was setting up the sky suddenly came alive, the sun was rising and bringing a burst of colour. It only lasted a matter of minutes, I was in the right place at the right time. Read More
I wanted to take a photo of a Christmas tree to share on the weekend before the big day.
This tree is located at the top of School Hill in Lewes. I thought a long exposure created an interesting effect and something a little different. Read More
Towards the end of the year it’s the perfect time to take in all that nature has to offer before the festivities take over.
We live in such a beautiful country and I sometimes feel like we forget that.
This photo was taken overlooking Lake Windermere in The Lake District, one of the most amazing places in the World. Read More
OOO I am not a fan of the dark mornings but every now and then we get treated to something a little bit special.
Whilst on my way into Lewes the other day I could see the sun starting to rise and I knew if I made the effort I could get a nice photo of the mist covering the trees as the sun added colour to the sky. Read More