Friday, 29 May 2020

First post in a very long time. I decided to take a walk along the nature reserve but had forgotten it was half term so it was less peacefull than I would have liked so decided to walk the other way out of Alcester towards Studley. I noticed the new building being built on the field next to the industrial estate, I know we have to move on but it did make feel a little sad wondering what happened to the Hares that once lived in that field. Anyway I had an enjoyable time walking that stretch of tbe Arrow, very hot and very harsh light but did manage a couple of photos of a pair of Swans and their Cygnets.

Sunday, 5 May 2019

Bluebells in Oversley wood

First post in a very long time. Had a quick walk around Oversley Wood today to photograph Bluebells, think I may have been a little late though as I believe the displays were past there best.

Saturday, 26 October 2013

Backlit Teasels

Quick picture of some backlit Teasels, I quite liked the lens flare it added some interest to the picture (IMHO). A Goldfinch feeding on them would have been the icing on the cake.

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Attempt at video at River Arrow Nature Reserve.

First attempt at using the video function on my camera, lots to learn but something that I intend to spend some more time trying to master. Video editing is going to be another ball game all together, so much to learn, so little time.

Monday, 19 November 2012

Mighty Oak

A few more shots from yesterdays walk along the River Arrow, a couple of  old Oak trees and another one of the Arrow from inside the nature reserve in Alcester.

Sunday, 18 November 2012

A pic from today of the River Arrow in Alcester, looking towards the old railway bridge that used to carry the old branch line from Alcester to Great Alne and beyond.

Sunday, 30 September 2012

Looking through some old slides.

I was looking through some old slides the other day, specifically looking for old pics from my motorcycling days to share with old friends on Facebook. I also found a few nature slides so I decided to scan them on to the computer to show them here.