A Weekend Walk

It’s half term!! I woke up early with an awful headache on Saturday. Blundering around in the dark I took some ibuprofen and went back to bed. But then it occurred to me, that instead of going back to bed, I could go for a walk… Click on the picture below to follow me on…

August Flicks

  The Summer Holidays have been wet and dreary. I was glad for the rain, as everything had become so parched, and I was glad for the cooler weather as it really had been too hot, but my photos this month have not looked very summery. We went to Avebury, a neolithic site of stone…

February Flicks

It feels weird to sit here posting this late. My February photos are all of the first signs of Spring, and then March 1st brought a blanket of snow. Everything seems to have been put on pause. Let’s hope Spring returns soon! In the meantime – I hope you enjoy looking back at February’s flicks!…

July Flicks

Sorry for being so MIA, I’ve just been moving house. And with that has come the usual lack of internet/time/energy for creativity! But I’m settled in now, and ready to get back into it. I continue to post as regularly as I can on my instagram though, please come find me @nature_flicks_ July was a…

May Flicks

May! We’ve had days, at last, where it truly feels like Summer is around the corner. Here are some photos of what I’ve seen whilst out and about this month. On the flower front, May is a month of Purples. The Wisteria came out, shortly followed by carpets of Bluebells.   These bluebell woods were…

April Flicks

We are now firmly into Spring. The sun is out, and our gardens and countryside have sprung back into life – barely recognisable from their barren winter state just a few months previous. You’ll see plenty of butterflies now the flowers are out. So far this month I’ve seen: Orange Tips Brimstones Peacocks A Red…

March Flicks

Spring has sprung!! Get out there, soak up some sunshine. March is such a hopeful month; first the crocuses, then daffodils and then ending with glorious magnolias and blossoms. March often holds the first ‘jumper off’ day of the year- though I’ve yet to brave it thanks to a horrid cold. Below are some flicks…