Furzehill Plantation is a small commercial plantation of spruce just down the road from my house. Not very prepossessing to look at normally, sometimes the light catches the trunks just right and I can find an image I like. This was taken in autumn when the sun was shining on a few of the distant […]
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An impression of English sycamore woods in the spring. Blue flowers and a blue sky of subtly different colour. These lesser-known undercliffs are to the East of Lyme Regis, and this is where the old road to Charmouth used to run until it slipped away and had to be abandoned, in the mid 20th century. One can […]
One of a series of abstract impressions of a beautiful English wood at bluebell time. This can only begin to convey the joy of spending time in this magical place as dusk descends: the heady scent of the flowers, the clear song of thrushes high in the canopy, and the feel of soft leafmould under […]
A thorn hedge with sunrise clouds behind it. ICM relies on serendipity to work well, and from this relatively unpromising material I was pleased to get what I think is a good result. 1/2 second exposure.