The Grey Graveyard Cat

This is quite simply a post of my photos of the cat I met in Bures St Mary last week … in the churchyard. A  small grey male with a squint in his right eye was busy hunting in the long grass around the gravestones. I couldn’t resist the opportunity for some more pet photography…

Dahlias & Autumn Sunshine

Last week I was inspired by a talk at my photography club – Colchester Creative Shots – that was given by a local amateur photographer, Doug Wyatt. Earlier that afternoon we had been taking down our summer exhibition photographs from a local gallery, and Sarah had spotted some glorious soft mauve and yellow-petalled Dahlias at…

Alresford Creek – Golds & Silvers

My good friend Lisa has introduced me to yet another magical place near to our home village, where I can take Rusty Dog for a great walk and also enjoy some amazing scenery ….This place is called Alresford Creek, a tributary of the River Colne and it is a hidden gem. It is perfect for…

Monday – St Mawes and Place, Cornwall

I awoke to sun streaming into the bedroom of my cottage, and rushed like a child to peep through the curtains and take in the full impact of that glorious view. The choice of our holiday location had proved tricky, as I wanted a view of the water and somewhere I could take Rusty Dog….

My Indian Summer in Cornwall

Over the gloriously sunny summer months in East Anglia and Dorset, I have developed a keen interest in coastal photography. Part of the reason stems from the wonderful coastline we have close at hand; but it is mostly due to a childlike love of the seaside – shells, rock pools, boats, happy memories of swimming…

Rusty on the Meadows.

  I felt that it was time for a Rusty update…….. He has had a momentous couple of months, and has come out of it all splendidly – looking healthy, happy and extremely handsome – as you can see from the above image ! He has certainly become my beloved pet, and probably the most…