This past week I was camping in Brecon Beacons National Park, just south of the town of Brecon. We had some fine weather and did some walking in the hills, reservoirs and rivers. On our last day we went for a walk on a footpath along the River Usk near Llangynidr. While throwing sticks for the dogs to retrieve, I began to notice the circular holes
In 2015, after moving to Herefordshire, I started going to a monthly networking breakfast put on by Kidwells Law in Hereford. It was there that I met Mary Stevenson, a garden designer. Mary said she might have work for me in the future, and in July 2016 I took garden landscape photographs for her of a garden design she’d finished for her client a few weeks before. The garden is
Dog Hill Wood in Autumn Outside of our gardens, where exotic or imported trees and bushes thrive and blaze with reds, purples and oranges, the leaves are falling and the woods are carpeted in yellow and brown – the colours of the English autumn. As the days have closed in I’ve been reminded it was time to return to Dog Hill Wood in Ledbury with my camera to continue recording the woods through the seasons.