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Tigers

Taken at ZSL Whipsnade, with the R6, 400mm f2.8 is II and of course heart 🙂  

It’s all Howard’s Fault :-)

Today I had planned to go motorcycling – not something I’ve had the chance to do that often recently… Then Howard messaged me, enquiring about Solar imaging software and my brain swi...

Resting Peacefully

Near the campsite in Rhandirmwyn we were staying at over the bank holiday we discovered a small cemetry that was no longer being used, I had a little investigate and found some really beautifully carv...

One for the Wall

At home we have one print of Chris racing, and it’s not a photo I took. At the time I liked it – he’s heading down Paddock Hill at Brands Hatch and it’s quite wet so the spray from the tyres adds to t...

The Blue Coat

In a corner of the Drawing Room there is a portrait of Lady Berwick (1890-1972) wearing a stunning blue coat (http://www.nationaltrustcollections.org.uk/object/608972). For the Be Our Guest event it w...

Food and Finery

Attingham has a very grand dining hall, a perfect setting for a party. Traditionally, country houses like the Mansion at Attingham were made for entertaining; places for aristocratic families to retur...

Another Attingham Shoot

As part of the gradual re-opening of the Mansion at Attingham Park “Be Our Guest” is the new project opening. By holding a mirror up to the Mansion’s past, present and future of welcoming guests, we h...

Swimming with a camera … Deliberately!

The Plan. The day didn’t start with a swim as part of the plan, however when an update arrived from the Wild Seas Centre (my ‘seaside office) advising of amazing condition, calm and clear, it slipped ...

A July Weekend in Corscombe

We live in the village of Corscombe in West Dorset, a very rural area and an AONB. On Friday and Sunday (of the w-e 16-18 July) we took 2 early morning walks, leaving the house just after 5am. Both da...

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