Walking past the shed door, a flicker of movement caught my eye, the late afternoon sunshine illuminating the streaky brown paintwork and flaking woodwork
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Standing knee deep in a babbling brook, my eyes focussed through the ripples of water that surround me as I scan the gravel bed for signs of life.
Hot and humid, stillness all around as the quiet morning of a late summer day unfolds.
There is nothing as pleasurable as sitting in a sunny spot, with the crystal clear cool waters of a chalk stream rolling by.
One of the closest Yorkshire Wildlife Trust reserves to my home is the magical Kiplingcotes Chalk Pit.
I am very lucky to be able to spend time in quiet, secluded locations where wildlife encounters occur. I always carry a camera and this often pays dividends when least expected.
A vibrant blast of violet shouts out alongside a whitewashed wall, the strong evening sunshine highlighting the colour contrast, picking out the shadows as another day drifts to a restful dusk.…
...and 'aimez moi'
A knock on the door and a request for help yesterday led to an unexpected close encounter with an often seen aerial acrobat
As summer blooms the colour begins to shine through...