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And Now for Something Completely Different
buds

093-365v4 And Now for Something Completely Different

It’s been so nice to get out of the house and Dunmow to go for a walk in Rowney Woods. The last time we were here was Christmas Day and we’ve missed them. Spring is definitely here and there are plenty of buds everywhere. My eye was caught by the

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He faded away into the distance
Debden

221/365v3 He faded away into the distance

There was a deer there…honest! Glorious weather here and it was lovely and cool in the woods…and really quiet, loads of wildlife about, the local buzzards were very active as were the woodpeckers.

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Blue Tits

151/365v3 – Skulduggery

A rather macabre subject today. I didn’t set this up, someone had laced this twig through the deer skull so it was at about head height…I thought it created a particularly spooky subject. For those of you who would like to see something a bit more pleasant…

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Woodland Light
Carver Barracks

130/365v3 – Woodland Light.

Our regular visit to Rowney Woods was very pleasant in the very mild weather we are having at the moment. There was just a little bit of mist that hadn’t burnt off which gave the light a really nice softness. More pictures after the break

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The Dummy Has Been Spat
colour pop

116/365v3 – The Dummy Has Been Spat

This is no reflection on what actually happened on Christmas Day – we had a lovely day (and a very pleasant morning walk in Rowney Woods, which we had all to ourselves)…but it was an amusing title.

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Rowney Woods IR
Carver Barracks

Infrared Photography

Back in March (!) I got my old Nikon D60 converted to infrared and went out and shot a whole load of Infrared images. I couldn’t suss out how best to process them and got a bit fed up and put them to one side. I finally got round to

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Bracken and Moss
autumn

102/365v3 Bracken and Moss

Rowney Woods was looking really nice today in its late autumn, early winter colours. I really couldn’t pick which image to choose for today’s picture so you get four…The main shot is of an area the Forestry Commission usually cut back once the bracken is past its best, I’m glad

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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.