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The Sheep are Here

204-365v4 The Sheep are Here

My usual route on my morning walk and this scene had the addition of a large flock of sheep who have joined the usual bullocks that call this meadow home…along with a pair of grey heron the medow is starting to get quite crowded. Of course, there’s my favourite tree

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Centre of Attention

198-365v4 Centre of Attention

We’ve had the second batch of ducklings appear over the last week or so (you can see a whole barrel load here). So here’s one of the new batch – there is now an awful load of waterfowl on Doctors Pond now, and the Mallard Ducks, Canadian Geese and Moorhens

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The Toy Box, Great Dunmow

197-365v4 The Toy Box

I walk past this Toy Shop on my walk in the morning and I’ve photographed it a lot, but mainly on film, in the past. Today I had my macro lens on the camera and I got this shot, which is by far my favourite of all the shots I’ve

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Blue String Holds All

194-365v4 Blue String Holds All

For those keeping count we’ve had an other post number re-jig. Turns out we have 2 Day 155s (Day 1 and Day 2)! So, I’ve jumped a number here to get us back on track. I have no idea why I find this quite so tricky! Today’s post is taken

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Silver Washed Fritillary

188-365v4 Silver Washed Fritillary

We went for a walf through the rather lovely Hockley Woods today. Just outside Southend, it’s always surprising where you can find Sites of Special Scientific Interest, which this is one of. There were butterflies galore and I was rather kicking myself that I had left the macro lens 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.