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Just perfect...

I know what you're thinking but you're wrong. I was shooting for this very shot!

looking up...

Another great image... Caleb climbing the stairs to teh treethouse platform and once again looking up as I clicked the button. The motion blur finishes it off nicely.

It's been a year(ish)

About a year ago, as a form of therapy really, that I launched my Facebook page as a complement to my website. I've long been a photographer but I'd never really pushed it at people so I decided to be a bit more "in people's faces" with it. As they say in the movies... it's been emotional! I really have to thank the band of faithful followers and friends who have encouraged me to push my work out there. Without that encouragement I wouldn't be writing this today. I also need to thank the people who have allowed me to take their picture, either of them or their families! That said I'm reasonab…

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All change!

Welcome! This is the new look to my site and I really hope that you all like it. Of course I'm happy to hear opinions as always. So June is nearly over... I'm not sure we've had much of a summer so far but I suppose there's still time for a change. June has been a strange month. A month of highs and lows. As an example its taken me 10 years but I finally managed to have a glass of wine on my patio enjoying the evening sun while waiting for my steak to cook (albeit a chicken "steak"!). Not something I've achieved since!

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Flying high

Who doesn't enjoy a go on the swing?

Monkey Cage?

No, just the cargo net side of the rope bridge.

He'll never see me here...

Lotte went from camera hog to shy in a single bound!

Uh-oh!

The rope bridge was very steep, pretty wet and Caleb's new wellies were not as grippy as they might have been.

And this Children is how...

the abbey got ruined!

Finn's great adventure

Toddler Finn was doing his very best scamper on the soft turf, he loved every minute of it.

Gotcha!

I love this shot... moments before they had been peering intently at the large Koi, they looked up at the very moment I pressed the shutter

Have wellies

must splash!