This image came second in the IGPOTY Macro project 2013. The fertile parts of Hemerocallis flowers have been photographed endlessly, they are bold and always fresh due to the short life of the flowers. I wanted to push the abstract approach as far as I could yet still have a recognisable image for those who …
New Forest Ponies find shade under Beech canopy. Swishing tails in nose to tail position keep flies away from eyes.
My photography is very seasonal, like everything at Furzehill Farm the seasons dictate what we feel like doing. So, I have a kind of innate calendar that I enjoy as the annual repetitions do the cycle. Just now its ‘Web time’. The first chilly nights reveal millions of cobwebs all bejazzled with tiny dew drops. …
Something of a troublesome weed in the wetter parts of my vegetable garden. The roots are tuberous, like small Chinese artichokes and new plants grow from any tiny piece left behind when weeding. I left some plants to flower in gaps where my cutting annuals failed this year.
Every year they have to be done. In the hope of doing a better job, I spend a few hundred frames on these fascinating hairy, wiggly packages of crumpled crepe.
Quite a pleasing golden foliage plant with all the nice attributes of D. spectabilis.
Not totally white flowered, this delightful little flower has delicate Pyjama blue stripes.