Sharing a sunset with the flock of sheep at Clitheroe.
Photo-manipulation of Bull, my eye and some water drop photography (that gave me a bad back !)
I do not feel that I should explain everything as there would be no fun in that……but what would you think and do with faced with a bull?
Early spring can bring sun one minute followed by ice showers the next. This photograph was taken in rural Lancashire on the way home from Morecambe being closely followed by the ice shower….Love how the light was enhancing the ice laden clouds.
Pink Flamingos in the Flamingo House at Martin Mere Wetlands
Starlings are one of our most commonest Garden birds resident in the town all the year through. In the Autumn they are joined by huge numbers who spend the winter here. This is my Birds eye view of the Starlings at Walmersley in Bury Photographed over looking Burrs Country Park in the distance.
Black and White Long exposure photograph taken at first light in a small Cornish fishing port.
Captured at Ramsbottom, Lancashire at the World War Weekend, these handsome chaps Barry and Jasper caught my eye straight away.
The background is of the Union Jack combined with an old map, I have added a texture layer and adjusted the colour to try and achieve an aged look.
After taking this photograph and sending a copy to Barry, I would often find myself bumping into him for a natter – sadly not seen Barry for a while now – hope he is ok.
A little 7 sport ladybird (coccinella 7-punctata) that I came across in Parbold in Lancashire. This is the most commonly spotted ladybird by people and was found in bramble bushes.
If you spot any lady birds be sure to help out the Ladybird Survey by taking a note and sending them a picture.
The local lido or duck pond in Clarence Park Bury Lancashire, reflecting a beautiful foggy winter sunset.