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- Beeches of Flagstaff Hill in Epping Forest May 31, 2017
- Search for the Aeroplane Tree on Pole Hill April 29, 2017
- Deer Shelter Plain April 21, 2017
- Morning at Barn Hoppitt, Epping Forest April 11, 2017
- Reflections in Epping Forest March 5, 2017
- Ancient Oaks at Epping Forest February 27, 2017
- Old Oak at Barn Hoppitt February 9, 2017
- Icelandic Troll January 13, 2017
Category Archives: Environment
Back in April I was introduced to ‘Big Bill’ which is an important keystone tree at Flagstaff Hill, near High Beech in Epping Forest. This is an impressive tall and straight pollarded Beech which is used for training arborists in climbing and health … Continue reading
This week I met with a lady called Cheryl at Pole Hill who used to play there as a child in the 1960s. Pole Hill is in Chingford and sits on the border between Greater London and Essex in line with the … Continue reading
Recently I visited Deer Shelter Plain with Jeremy Dagley. It is a small triangle of land off of the busy Wake Arms Roundabout to the North of Great Monk Wood in Epping Forest. I’ve driven past it many times but … Continue reading
They say if you look at the landscape long enough in Iceland you will see a troll. Can you see one in my picture? He has a curly horn, big forehead, moustache, beard and his huge arm is resting … Continue reading
Inside a glacial ice cave. Taken whilst glacier hiking in Vatnajokull National Park, Iceland. A splash of creative colour added whilst editing.
This is the Springhead Trust, a Rural and Sustainability Centre in Dorset where I was lucky enough to teach a photography course last week.
I am thrilled to say that I had two images placed in the International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition. Both were in the ‘Greening the City’ category. I was a finalist for one and highly commended for the other. … Continue reading
Taken in Iceland
This wide angle image was taken lying on the forest floor looking up the tree. I only had a few dead leaves and twigs stuck in my hair as a result but it was worth it to get this picture. … Continue reading
I am thrilled to say that I have been awarded first place in the ‘Terrific Trees’ category of the Forestry Stewardship Council’s 2014 photography competition. It is now down to the people’s choice to vote for the overall winner. If … Continue reading
I like this informative infographic on Forests of the World… on the Living Green Magazine’s website, worth a read.
My art installation at Writtle School of Design included a dead Beech tree with roots, 180 litres of compost, 15 metres of hessian, 8 mixed media canvases, a book of the original photographs of the Mundon Dead Oaks (called The … Continue reading