an artists view of surrey woodland wildlife and waterways
scenery and trees
flora and fauna
life on the water and around the woodlands.
So, where have all the peanuts gone?
The local cats like to visit me and spend time in my garden, Milly does not smarten-up for the occasion.
Milly is my favourite cat.
Fabulous autumnal acers at Ramster Gardens near Chiddingfold, a beautiful woodland valley with toasted sandwiches and great coffee.
Cobwebs look their best on a murky September morning
Yet again many acres of the common were burned, we saw volunteers catching snakes and other wildlife to move them to safer areas.
today the cormorant visited, stood dripping and dishevelled on the edge of my dinghy, he doesn't catch many fish, I'm sure he frightens them!
excalibur thinks he's a Pelican, and his beak can hold more than his belly-can.
He has telescopic legs to enable him to reach the fish from this height..
Foxglove liked to sleep all day in my compost heap, excellent camouflage, privacy, and heating.