Huge raindrops develop on a snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) flower in light misty rain
As a child, every February IView full post »
Ornamental cabbages in formal kitchen garden give winter colour at Villandry in France
The first time I saw ornamentalView full post »
Blue tits love feeding on ripe Japanese dogwood (Cornus kousa) fruits; this one has extracted a seed.
Instead ofView full post »
Base of Svartifoss taken in 1981 crashing onto broken black basalt columns, with a 200mm lens using a 1 secondView full post »
My latest book – Pollination Power – was published in September 2015 by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Signed copiesView full post »
A mother white-cheeked gibbon pauses on a branch with her two-week-old baby that clings to her immediately it isView full post »
Godafoss (Falls of the Gods) captured at midnight in mid-summer, Iceland.
Iceland has many photogenic waterfalls, someView full post »
Male campanula bees (Melitta haemorrhoidalis) using a peach-leaved bellflower as a roosting place to sleep in atView full post »
An insect trapped in Baltic amber – fossilized tree resin from ancient forests
The Baltic region is a rich sourceView full post »
Sea urchin (Echinus esculentus) pores shell lit internally with fibre optics form a starry pattern and alternate withView full post »
Deciding how to frame any picture makes all the difference between taking a photo and creating an image. For someView full post »
My images fall into two distinct categories. They are either grabbed unplanned shots of a fleeting moment or ephemeralView full post »
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