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September 2021 - "Turning to the Next Season"


Taken at the National Trust's Winkworth Arboretum, one shot selected from the many taken at this beautiful location in the English countryside.

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August 2021 - "Beside the Seaside"


Broadstairs was the fishing hamlet associated with the inland village of St Peter's established around the parish church which was built circa 1080 A.D.

St Peter's was the original settlement and had a proud history long before Broadstairs grew up next door and became the larger town. St Peter’s came within the jurisdiction of the Cinque Ports under a 15th century charter and contributed handsomely for the privilege.

Anciently, Broadstairs was called Bradstow. This was derived from the “broad stairs” carved in the chalk cliff, that led from the sands to the 12th century shrine of St Mary situated above the cliffs. The town spreads from Poorhole Lane in the west (named from the mass graves dating from the Black Death), to Kingsgate in the north (named after the landing of King Charles II in 1683), and to Dumpton in the south (named after the yeoman Dudeman who farmed there in the 13th century).

The York Gate in Harbour Street remains from this period: given by the Culmer family in the 16th century, originally it was complete with a portcullis against invading armies or pirates.

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July 2021 - "Blooming Orchids"


Arguably one of the best months to see these beauties. They were captured in the Orchid House, Kandy Botanical Gardens, Sri Lanka

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June 2021 - "Sunshine at Last"


Following the wettest May in England since records began, we can enjoy the view from Doc Martin's house in Port Wenn (in reality - Port Isaac, Cornwall) as it will look in month's to come.

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May 2021 - "Flightpath"


The mute swan is a very large white waterbird. It has a long S-shaped neck and an orange bill with a black base and a black knob. It flies with its neck extended and regular, slow wingbeats.

The population in the UK has increased recently, perhaps due to better protection of this species. The problem of lead poisoning on lowland rivers has also largely been solved by a ban on the sale of lead fishing weights.

Some birds stay in their territories all year, while others move short distances and form winter flocks. In cold weather, some birds arrive from Europe into eastern England.

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April 2021 - "Over the Sea to Skye"


Scenes from Scotland - Looking West across Upper Loch Torridon towards Skye in Scotland ...

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March 2021 - "The Road to Loch Maree"


Scenes from Scotland - The A832 is the Road to Loch Maree. The loch is the site of one of the largest breeding concentrations of black-throated diver in Great Britain, and also holds an important population of otters ...

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February 2021 - "Brief Visit"


The deepest snow we have had in 10 years fell in parts of Southern England one day in January. The birds, including this robin, were queueing up for the feeders. By the next day the snow had melted away.

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January 2021 - "Tracks to Nowhere"


This photo was taken 10 years ago, the last time we saw proper snow scenes in the south of England. We experienced more snow that year than we had for a generation. In Hampshire, a depth of 18 inches was recorded and many villages were cut off for several days. Those in the north of the country wondered what the fuss was all about!

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