This is the latest time of the year we have visited Chablis, just a couple of days to visit a few winemakers before moving on to Beaune further south for a week. From a landscape photography viewpoint the timing was perfect, the leaves of the Chardonnay vines all ready to fall and creating a golden … Continue reading Picture behind the story #25 The white horse of Chablis!
A walk through our local woods is a macro photographer’s delight at this time of year with its abundance of fungi, mostly inedible, all temporary. None is more temporary than a typical Stinkhorn which 24 hours later has degraded into a black inky seething mass. A perfect example of one of the four Buddhist Noble … Continue reading WordPress Photo Challenge: As temporary as a Stinkhorn!
Autumnal Glow Leaves glow in the Autumn because of Carotenoids—yellow, orange, and brown pigments that were overshadowed by the green chlorophyll in summer. Glow
Despite Brexit is a much abused and overused phrase, especially by the BBC and despite them being a BRITISH taxpayer funded organisation. We breath a huge sigh of relief as Autumn arrives ........ despite Brexit!
Summer is drawing to a close and we're looking forward to our favourite season, 🍂 Autumn, a great time for macro photography of leaves, mosses, fungus, seeds ....... all so small that most people don't even notice them. In anticipation of what's to come here's a few photos from our summer plus last autumn around our … Continue reading Getting up close with Nature: anticipating autumn!