On a birthday trip to the Grand Canyon we were clambering up a hill when I spotted these three ravens calmly surveying the antics of the tourists.
Taken on the Bank Holiday off Felpham Sailing Club, This shot neatly combines my love of sailing as a sport and photography as a hobby.
Bosham on a quiet, still evening in June
I attended a church service in Hanga Roa, Easter Island. It was a feast of colour, music and friendship.
We have let a piece of grassland grow on our estate in Chichester and a wonderful number of wild flowers have appeared including bee orchids and pyramidal orchids.
The Gulf of Morbihan is a well-kept secret but yachtsmen enjoy its challenging navigation and time exploring its many islands concealing megoliths and reminders of ancient civilisations.
New Forest tree seen on a recent walk.
WSCC has started a scheme for Community Road Verges, to support our pollinating insects. Our piece of Whyke Road is included, and with no cutting since March, you can see what has come up. At least 6 pyramidal orchids amongst many other flowering plants.
"There's a massive bramble on the Chichester canal at the A27 providing safe shelter for a family of coots. This baby was not as adventurous as her two siblings, sticking close to dad."