Water is precious. Also, I love the Botanical Gardens in Sheffield and in Autumn everything is golden. This is my treasure.
Leaves of Autumn taking in the sunlight at Weston Park, Sheffield.
Looking for the ‘nectar’ of Life.
A natural mirror in the Peak District. Ladybower Reservoir. Serenity reflected in water.
It may be a bit cliched but it’s nothing but the truth. Home is wherever I’m with her. My wife. We could be living under a bridge for all I know, if she’s… Continue reading
There are many adjectives that come to mind when you think of Spring. New, crisp, blooming, cool, etc. But one of the main features of Spring is the plethora of colours found in… Continue reading
Located on the western edge of Sheffield, Wyming Brook Nature Reserve is a very popular wood amongst walkers, runners and cyclists. Filled with mossy crags and babbling streams, this wood makes for a… Continue reading
Last weekend, my wife and I spent a relaxing afternoon at Wentworth Castle and its surrounding parkland. The place is huge, with lots of gardens and plenty of sights to look at. But… Continue reading
Colours fade away, unveiling beauty in the process.
I’m watching you!, a photo by Jose M Vazquez on Flickr. A curious squirrel watching me from a tree branch.