Archive for May, 2020

One of the things I have found during lockdown is I am spending more time looking more closely at the wildlife around me and begining to see how intricate are the structures are.

This picture is from one of my favourite photography sites.

Ipomoea purpurea — Photography Art Plus

Winter Mountains

Posted: May 21, 2020 in Art

I used to paint a lot but haven’t done any pictures for about 5 years. So during the lock-down I decided to get out my paints and dust off my brushes.

Here is a winter mountain scene I did last weekend (Its a wet on wet oil technique)

Birds of the Tarn

Posted: May 19, 2020 in Birds, London, Natural History, UK

Some brilliant photos. Scarlet Tanager one of the most attractive birds in the world?

Green gives and red receives. Nature is colour coded! ~Sonali Mohan Some of you may have known him, and, even if you didn’t, you may have one of his bluebird boxes in your yard. Jack Finch started a non-profit, Homes For Bluebirds, to help restore his beloved Eastern Bluebird to the skies of the southeast. […]

Mulberry Moments — Roads End Naturalist

Problem with video

Posted: May 7, 2020 in Announcements

Some people had a problem accessing the video I posted earlier today. I have now changed the settings and this issue should now be resolved.

Colours of the Tarn

Posted: May 7, 2020 in Natural History

A collection of photos of the colours and plants seen on my recent walks around the Tarn

The Tarn

Posted: May 5, 2020 in Landscape, Natural History
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Come with me on a walk around the Tarn.