I’ve spent a lot of time photographing butterflies during the COVID-19 lockdown. So what have I learned that I can share with you?
The Rhus typhina shrub, commonly known as the Stag’s horn sumach, in autumn, has a brilliant array of colour. It’s an understated large suckering, bushy shrub for most of the year. But once autumn arrives it’s probably the most colourful shrub you … Continued
You’ve got to read this and see what all this ‘bee happy’ excitement is about! But before you do – have you ever wanted to stroke a bee? When I was younger I’d run a mile in the other direction … Continued
Are you visiting Edinburgh in February? If you are then you’re very welcome to drop by Close Photography Gallery. Why? Because you can visit my first ever Scottish solo exhibition – Saying it with Flowers! Saying it with Flowers Saying it … Continued
Over autumn I spent many weekends at the Scottish National Heritage Battleby office in Perthshire. However as the weeks went by the effects of the frosty weather made finding good leaf subjects to photograph tougher and tougher. The Scottish National … Continued