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171/366 Doctors Pond at Dusk

Tuesday night is camera club night and so it was that I travelled out to the Red Lion at Finchingfield where we had the annual summer dinner, and very pleasant it was too. I suspect I missed quite a nice sunset but thought it polite not to up sticks and

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170/366 Overlooking Thaxted

Dashed out after dinner this evening to catch the sunset. It’s nearly the longest day so, even I , didn’t manage to miss it today. This is a shot from the top of a hill on the edge of Thaxted with the windmill and church easily visible.

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Winter Damselfly
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Winter Damselfly

This may or may not be a winter damselfly – its colours are right but it could just be an immature damselfly of another variety. It was seen on the River Pant at Little Bardfield.

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Grasses

Apologies for the less than regular updates recently – don’t forget you can keep up with me on my 366 Project as well as here. Today I was in Little Bardfield looking for bugs, and I found loads – I suspect you’ll be seeing a few here over the next

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169/366 Damselfly

I spent a couple of hours in Little Bardfield by the river tracking down bugs…I found loads 😉 This is a damselfly, it looks like a winter damselfly but these are very rare over here so I am assuming it is, in fact, an immature different speicies…you’ll have gathered, I’m

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167/366 The Old Weeping Willow

There were 2 quite magnificent weeping willow trees around Doctors Pond a few years ago. Then, this one was (possibly for good reason) cut right back to the trunk…it’s clearly a fighter though and it’s definitely making a come back.

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166/366 Foxglove Towers

I know I shot the foxgloves just a week or so ago but the weather was closing in and I didn’t have much time so I thought I’d continue another theme of this week – bokeh.

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165/366 Rye Meads Nature Reserve

The sun made a rare appearance this morning…but as the morning progressed more and more cloud appeared so, fearing the worst, I popped out at lunchtime and drove down to Rye Meads Nature Reserve just the other side of Roydon. It’s a funny place positioned as it is bang in

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Mark Seton

Mark Seton

I'm an amateur photographer who enjoys music. I'm currently the Digital Secretary of the Bishops Stortford Camera club (and am a past Chairman) and I hold both LRPS and CPAGB distinctions.