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Dave the lizard

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Very helpful posing lizard spotted on the bayou shore in Seminole in Florida. I think he’s a Brown Anole lizard Anolis sagrei

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Everyday colour

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These are planted outside the front door and are a great welcome home, especially with summer’s rather half hearted arrival… (the colours in this are about accurate, no saturation boost etc!)

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Don’t Fence Me In

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From the seafront in Seascale.

A Little Snow

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Everyone knows there was snow in the UK over the past 3 days… While we had some last year, it was nothing like as deep or powdery as on Sunday, and we didn’t have Snoop (our rescue Greyhound) then – so we spent a lot of time out in it yesterday and shot this: Down in the old gravel lakes in the local nature reserve – pools of pristine snow hidden in the centre of a forrest – every sound was muffled apart from the crunching underneath our feet (and…read more

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Aynsley Lister

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This is one from the archive – I was trashing an unloved Tumblr account and noticed this on there.. I caught Aynsley Lister, a great blues artist from the UK, playing at the Carlisle Brickyard in 2005 and he kindly let me take photos. This is one of them: After the event I sent some of my shots over out of curtesy (they formed a key part fo my portfolio for some time after), and he wrote back asking if he could use one on a tour poster. As a…read more

Clevedon Pier

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On a recent trip to visit family in the Bristol area we stopped in for dinner at Clevedon one evening. Afterwards we walked down to the shorefront and sat and talked as the sun set. It was a popular spot with 2 other photographers setting up camp waiting for the few fleeting moments as the sun hit the pier and horizon.

The Verge Collection

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These shots were taken for an exhibition where I work. I titled the set “The Verge Collection” as all of them were collected from the roadside on the way back from the station one evening.

FMA IA 58 Pucará

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This Pucará – A-549 – is part of the collection at Duxford Imperial War Museum. It was captured during the Falklands war. The Pucará is mostly known for it’s role in the war – although it didn’t get as much press as the Exocet carrying Super Étendard. Wikipedia have a proper rundown on the Pucará and the Falklands War.

Araneus diadematus

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A little friend who set up camp outside the back window on the green beans – the common garden spider “Araneus diadematus” as far as I know.