gorgeous photos, thank you for sharing them. I love to go a walking in nature and get lost in the incredable world of colour, form and light of the micro and macro worlds. It is a treat to have such fresh and zingy images to gaze upon at home too.
Hi Nigel, thanks for offering your friendship here :) Once my quest as an eco-project volunteer starts, I'm sure I will be part of your walks with groups, when I'm near the area involved. You certainly have a keen eye for pictures, Nigel, beautiful! Be well, Marian.
Hi Nigel, You must have such fun going out with your camera.... a good reason to be slow and connect with nature. Especially enjoying the wild edible plants you photo .... getting my thoughts on springtime and yummy food! Best wishes, Karen
Hi Nigel, I really enjoyed the day yesterday and thrilled with the glossy ibis. Thanks for your infectious enthusiasm for the natural world which brightened a grey day. Hope to see you again soon, Mary
Hey Nigel. This group should attract you a lot of Nature lovers. I made some Curled Dock tincture today - the roots are great right now. I'll call it my Equinox potion. Another lovely pocket size book that you may like to recommend ( in complement to your skills) is Herbal Healers by Glennie Kindred. £5.99 - all the main wild herbs and their medicinal uses. See you soon.