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‘Jack of all trades’
I got back into photography almost 20 years ago when I took early retirement and I still get a thrill whenever I release the shutter.
I love to travel, to see the scenery, the architecture, the wildlife, and the people but, also, I like to learn about the history and the culture.
|Blue Throated Barbet
A stunning, colourful bird, this was taken in the foothills of the Himalayas in Bhutan just before the lock down.
|Chanting Hill, Welburn
During the lock down most days I was able to exercise locally enjoying the Howardian Hills, this lone tree is just off the track to Chanting Hill
|Ducks at Dusk
After a long days birding at the Tumariya Reservoir in Uttarakhand, Northern India, we were rewarded with this beautiful soft glow over the tranquil water
Taken on the bank of the Tumariya Reservoir as dusk approached, the hearder was driving his cattle back home for the night.
On a recent holiday down the coast of Chile we berthed at Puerto Natales and visited an estancia at Cerro Castillo. The estancia is spread over 50,000 acres and has over 1,000 head of Corriedale sheep, as well as cattle and horses. The shepherd was about to give us a demonstration of moving sheep with dogs.
|Run for joy
I enjoy photographing dogs running and playing, this is Jasper, a Hearing Dog puppy, who we were looking after whilst his socialiser was on holiday
These trees are growing on an ancient tumulus near Welburn. I liked the textures and lines in the stubble.
Returning from Bhutan we spent some time in Kathmandu. The Boudhanath Stupa is the largest Buddhist Stupa in Nepal, after her worship this lady was about to place a flower on the alter.