The Date Palm

I seem to have developed a bit of a thing for palm trees this year, this is the fourth of fifth images I’ve posted. This shot was taken in December back in 2016. Over four ...

Two Swans a-Swimming

Swans are among the largest (and heaviest) birds native to the UK, and can have a wingspan of up to nearly 2 1/2 metres. Whilst I believe most people will be able to name a ...

The Orange Leaf

This may not be the greatest photo of a leaf ever taken, however I like it for a couple of reasons – firstly, I enjoy the detail in all the little veins running through the ...

Diamonds Trapped In A Web

Spiders are amazing (though also a little bit scary, in my opinion) and those that spin webs can definitely said to be creating works of art – I mean just look at these things: Spider’s ...

White Bird on Black Water

Gulls, they’re everywhere aren’t they? At least, they’re very common in my neck of the woods. So much so that they can often be overlooked (isn’t it strange how we do that with so many ...

Horse Hair

This rather stylish horse is a good example of this season’s fashion for the “dishevelled” look, complete with a strand of hay (not straw) resting gently in the forelock… That I know nothing of horses ...

The Lone Tree

“The leafless tree, alone and bare, awaits the coming Spring…” Anonymous There’s something appealing to me about a lone tree in winter, the shape of the branches and the lack of leaves make it almost ...

Mist Over The Lake

This is Clatworthy Reservoir, a man-made lake used as a source of drinking water for the surrounding area. It’s a popular place for walking and fishing. Low-lying mist or fog can really add a lot ...

The Drip

With the November theme of America done and dusted, we turn to December… this month’s theme is all about photographs taken in the month of December. All sorts of subjects, some very wintry others less ...