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Tag Archives: Fine Art Photography
I have just got round to processing some pictures taken this summer in Australia (their winter). I had a few days in Port Douglas and whilst there visited the Daintree Rainforest. Whilst out croc spotting on the Daintree River I saw … Continue reading
This tree won England’s tree of the year in 2014 and I can see why. It is situated in the beautiful Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire.
I’m teaching a class on HDR photography at the Springhead Trust in Dorset on 15th October 2015. The location is an environmental centre run by the environmental photographer Edward Parker. Click on the photo for details or this link to take … Continue reading
This is one of my favourite iconic British trees Colour version on 500px
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.
I recently went to the Ancient Tree Forum’s annual conference in Suffolk and Norfolk. This picture was taken at one of the conference venues at Lynford Hall Hotel, Mundford in Norfolk. There are rows of beautiful Wellingtonia trees in … Continue reading
An ancient oak tree gradually inclines over the centuries in Suffolk, UK.
I think this ancient oak tree in Suffolk is trying to say something.
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
Staircases at the beautiful Victorian Natural History Museum in London, designed by Alfred Waterhouse.
An ancient hornbeam tree slowly breaks down in Hatfield Forest, Essex