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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
Tag Archives: Essex
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
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
A bit of research at Epping Forest this week, love this old oak at Barn Hoppitt. You can actually crawl right through it underneath!
Summers evening at mudflats in Heybridge Basin, Essex
Tree graffiti in Epping Forest in Essex.
Sun rays through smoke from charcoal production in a sustainable woodland I visited recently in Purleigh, Essex.
This tree has spiky branches and huge egg shaped cones. See more of my images on 500px.com/marionsidebottom
Common Knapweed taken in the grounds of Writtle College in Essex at the start of the English summer. I love the spherical shape of the flowerheads and the fragility of the pinky/purple flowers when they open.
This is my attic room where I’m preparing my canvasses for the Burnham Arts Trail 2015. You can catch my work in Jacaranda Florists in Burnham on Crouch in Essex from Sat 20th to Sun 28th June. Don’t forget to … Continue reading
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
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.