Last week I was in Arne, Dorset to photograph these amazing spiders. I always liked how they varied some much in size and colour. I photographed them using my field studio at the side of the pond where they can be found.
Earlier this year I visited florida again. It is starting to feel like a second home despite being there for only two week out of a year. I came across some amazing people both local and foreign. It really makes the difference to a trip when you can meet such friendly people especially with a common interest.
Photographic oppertunities were few and far between at times, which pushed me to visit new places. Some of which I will be sure to visit again.
Here are a few favourites from my trip, I hope you like them too.
‘Naturally Simple’ is an ongoing project which I hope to expand on over the coming months. The images are free from manipulation and are photographed in naturally simple situations, whilst utilising strong backlighting to create abstract designs.
As the winter months close in, the wildlife in my garden is becoming more scarce, however the vole population is booming as always.
I still continue to document the same creatures such as the common frog, I find that they vary so much in size and colouration, making each one different from the last.
This southern hawker was a visitor to the newly built pond and also became the first of its species to appear on my field studio.
Southern hawker - Aeshna cyanea
Smooth newt - Lissotriton vulgaris
Bank vole (juvenile) - Clethrionomys glareolus
Common frog - Rana temporaria
It has been an absolute pleasure to have my work published in NaturFoto (German photography magazine) this month.
I just wish that I could speak German so I could read the wide variety of articles in the magazine, as the images from all the other photographers are just stunning.