Well, I’ve always been a bit of a rebel.
A couple of weeks ago I went to visit my friend Corinna (of Cooking with Corinna fame) and we had a brilliant time playing with her two gorgeous miniature poodle pups, two energetic bundles… Continue reading
When I was a child we used to have a pair of song thrushes nesting at the very back of the garden among all the overgrown old trees and hedges. As the years… Continue reading
The days are getting a little warmer now in Britain, but the nights are still freezing. It looks like Spring may be just on the horizon, especially now we have a few scattered… Continue reading
This is the magical creature who lives at the bottom of our garden. He is a refined gentleman, highly intelligent, and partial to an afternoon nap (but only if it’s not raining). Today… Continue reading
When I was little my parents used to take me to feed the ducks, and now that I’m a grown up I really enjoy the serenity and calmness of visiting the duck pond.… Continue reading
Originally posted on John Knifton:
(An extract from my old birdwatching diary “Crippling Views”) Saturday, June 11, 1988 I walk back home from the local newsagents, my eyes peeled as always for the odd…
Taken with my Panasonic Lumix TZ40 with a Leica lens.
I take the plunge into the hedgehog property market in a desire to help the hedgehogs hibernate in my back garden.