It goes with out saying we love this time of year when everything is in bloom. It is so important to make the most of Spring and Summer while we have them. Here are a few reasons why.
Last weekend we visited the Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo and I couldn't resist taking a few snaps. It had some fantastic specimens of all different sizes and colours and is home to a dedicated conservation programme. Hope you enjoyed these. They are such beautiful creatures. Thanks for stopping by. More walking adventures coming very shortly. … Continue reading Bugs II
You can tell that winter is on its way out; the days are getting longer and milder... or so I'm told. I haven't noticed it myself but I'm sure it won't be long now. We really can't wait for Spring and the return of flowering plants to the outdoors. Hope you enjoyed this much needed injection of colour. … Continue reading Plants IV
Beautiful aren't they? More birds for your enjoyment provided by us. I finally got a picture of that pesky kingfisher. Hope you enjoyed these. Birds is nearly the big one zero. More walking adventure coming very soon. Best Regards, Adam & Harriet
Something a bit different this time. This is basically for everything we have a picture of the that isn't a bird, a bug or a plant. All sorts for you here; cows, horses, a fox, a squirrel and a goat in a tree. Hope you enjoyed the pictures. We hope you will excuse the lack … Continue reading Animals I
First 'Birds' post of the new year. Looking forward to getting back our there and snapping lots more wildlife this year. 2017's walking has already started and we can already tell it's going to be a good year. Please enjoy the below; Hope you liked these. Our archive of bird pictures shows no signs of being depleted … Continue reading Birds VIII
I thought now was probably the right time to put up some more plants. I hope these serve as a reminder that soon the cold will be gone, it won't be dark when you finish work, the ground will not be icy, the trees will not be leafless, the world will not be devoid of … Continue reading Plants III