Chaffinch feeding time

Chaffinch feeding time – taken this morning from my office window. The chaffinches are the most numerous birds to come down to the feeder and quite often have mini wars when trying to get to […]

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Torch Ginger

Torch Ginger, taken in Cairns botanical gardens Scientific Name: Etlingera elatior Synonyms: Nicolaia elatior, Phaeomeria magnifica Common Names: Torch Ginger, Torch-ginger, Philippine Waxflower The unopened flower buds are edible and very flavorful, and they are used in Southeast Asian […]

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Art Auction in support of Wild Futures and the Monkey Sanctuary

I am delighted to have been asked to participate in the upcoming Art Auction in support of Wild Futures and the Monkey Sanctuary. To help raise money for the fantastic cause I have submitted 2 […]

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Cornish view

   Minion Stones, Cornwall

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Young Vervet Monkey

I don’t often venture into the black and white world but made and exception in this little chaps case, taken in Samburu National Park in Kenya

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Meet Ollie

Ollie is a Woolly Monkey and is now resident in the Monkey Sanctuary in Cornwall, which he shares with 36 other monkeys, including more of his Woolly Monkey brethren and troops of Capuchin Monkeys and […]

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New Look

I decided I was tired of the ‘old’ look of the website so have updated with this one, the main advantage being more pictures, fewer words 🙂 In keeping with that philosphy I won’t type any more, I’ll […]

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Exhibition at the Eden Project Cornwall

Exciting news today, I am putting the final touches on an exhibition of my photographs at the Eden Project in Cornwall As well as showcasing an eclectic collection of my photographs the exhibition will also be a […]

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It’s all about them

one of my biggest blocks to blogging has been the thought of writing about me, to be blunt, just how interesting is what i say and/or think to anyone out there. I’m not about to start […]

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Leopards

A few images of the leopards we saw in Samburu and the Mara. All but one of the images is the same female. It was both exciting and a real privilege to see this beautiful […]

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