Here we are with a whole lot of new images - and from my favourite subject, forests and trees! Some of these images go back a while... they've been laid down like fine wine and are now ready for their magic to be seen.
Thetford Forest may be young but it is one of my favourite locations. Always something special to be experienced and captured in super-high resolution panoramic format.
Here's Hill House Wood in Essex in peak bluebell season in May. A very special place, captured here as a 6:1 panoramic, again, super-high resolution, as all my panoramic images are.
Rhinefield Forest Drive in the New Forest is certainly one of the finest treescapes in Britain. Well worth a visit if you are ever there.
Another super-high resolution panorama, this time capturing the more delicate colours of Autumn.
If you are sensing a theme amongst this latest batch of images, then you'd get top marks for observation... Autumn and Spring are my two favourite times to visit woods and forests. Don't ask me to choose between them though - both have their magic!
This is Dockey Wood in Buckinghamshire. One of the most magnificent bluebell spectacles in Britain, no doubt. There had been a lot of rain previous to my visit on this occasion and the mud was so deep in places, it felt like the Somme. Still, the struggle was worth it to return with such beautiful images.
One of the grandest forest views in Britain is at Rhinefield Forest Drive in the New Forest. You can see the two tallest Giant Redwoods in the UK in a magnificent vista. They are just babies at 170 years old - the adults are double this height and three times the width at the base!
We'll close this blog post with another delicate Autumnal colours image from Thetford Forest. It's a joy and a privilege to be able to capture such beauty and peace - they are so much needed in the world right now.