Scarborough first captured my heart when I was 7 years old. I have been back every year since then – it is my favourite place in the entire world. I love its majestic coastline, distinct landmarks, quaint red and white old … Continue reading Scarborough – the Queen of the North Yorkshire coast
The photos I took at the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park today were so vibrant in colour I felt a new collective noun was in order. ‘A riot of colour’ didn’t seem to do it justice, and I found a great … Continue reading A veritable vibrancy of flowers!
I love the calm by the canal. The ever changing wildflowers, the field of happy horses, the birds darting back and forth. All going about their business. I was thrilled to capture this jasper (I think) hovering about the cow parsley. … Continue reading Canalside reflections
Today’s calming nature focus was inspired by Wimbledon: Yellow tennis balls (sweetheart roses) Purple and green Wimbledon logo (brodiaea and greenery) White court markings and dress code (gypsophilia) I got the flowers from Sainsbury’s (as well as strawberries and cream) and … Continue reading Wimbledon-inspired bouquet
I’ve always loved Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘My Favourite Things’ from the Sound of Music but only truly appreciated the line ‘raindrops on roses’ when I started taking photographs every day and realised that on a rainy day in summer this … Continue reading Raindrops on roses and whiskers on gerbils
Today’s nature quest took me for an amble along Macclesfield canal. I was expecting to take photos of ducks, the heron or tree and bridge reflections and was quite surprised by the vast and colourful range of wildflowers and grasses … Continue reading Wildflower picking along Macclesfield Canal
An introduction to Nurture with Nature Continue reading Welcome to Nurture with Nature