Tag Archives: Nature photography

Lady’s bedstraw, kidney vetch, sweet vernal with Gateholm and Skokholm Islands in the background

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Scenes from the coast path

Thrift (Armeria maritima), red fescue (Festuca rubra)
Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea)
Sheep’s bit (Jasione montana)

Restoring blanket bog and heath on a Snowdonia mountain farm

In the realm of otters and sea eagles

On my recent trip to the Highlands and Islands of western Scotland I was so lucky to bump into this otter, busy fishing for crabs. It let me watch for a while…

Restoring more trees to these Welsh mountains

In response to the climate and nature emergencies declared in Wales, many landowners are choosing to restore habitats in places instead of focusing mainly on food production. In these mountains we want more trees in the landscape and this is the beginning.

Moon rise at sunset

I couldn’t help being stopped in my tracks by these beautiful bands of colour in the sky below the rising moon in the east, as the sun set in the west on a cold winters afternoon

Pembrokeshire coast at its finest

“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.”

Birds, bees, blossom and spring blue

….spring scenes and sounds, with a sound bomber at the end

Relaxing Acoustic guitar instrumentals Streaming on Spotify

Vid by Sam Howe

https://open.spotify.com/artist/6LRyvnHdJmpdsYtrldBHfa?si=57y5zFogT4-5TRlXaqbvVg