Category Archives: Fuji X100T

Oak The Adoration of Trees #3

An old lightning-struck tree in Bradgate Park stands guard on the flank of Tyburn as I made my way down to the village of Newtown Linford yesterday evening.  Tortured by time and what appears to be fire damage, possibly caused by a lightning strike or two, this ancient guardian is now little more than a…

Rosebay Opportunists

Rosebay willow herb (chamerion angustifolium) is pretty impressive, I think.  You can be walking along anywhere within the treeline, turn a corner on your wanderings and suddenly it’s there.  These are opportunists that add a splash of pink and green to a demolition site, wasteground or by a woodland charcoal kiln as seen here in…

Charnwood The Adoration of Trees #1

After two solid months of wedding photography, graduation photography, editing thousands of images and designing a dozen wedding albums I just had to get out of the studio today to a local woodland for a walk.  This ancient oak, locked in a centuries-old struggle with the even more ancient Charnwood granite that surrounds it has…