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Category Archives: Landscape
Each time I revisit these trees the scene is changing. Fallen trees have been removed and the others are gradually falling apart. Visit me at 500px
An ancient hornbeam tree slowly breaks down in Hatfield Forest, Essex
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 took this on Lokrum Island, near Dubrovnik in Croatia. The island has botanical gardens, an ancient olive grove, a derelict monastery, salt pool for swimming, rocky cliffs and a large population of peacocks. Apparently Richard the Lionheart was shipwrecked … Continue reading
Last week I met with the knowledgeable head gardener Adrian Jacobs who has been working at Newhall School near Chelmsford in Essex since 1987, to talk about the trees at the school. On the New Hall Estate sits the magnificent Tudor … 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
Weathered and beaten over 900 years this dead oak tree resembles a wizened old man. See more of these images in my Ebook, just £3.99 for a download from Blurb
Taken in March whilst the forest awaits spring.
http://store.blurb.co.uk/ebooks/473110-the-lonely-oaks-ebook Photographer Marion Sidebottom explores the sculptural forms of a group of ancient dead oak trees in Essex from the first rays of sunrise to the dead of night.
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