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Bennerley Viaduct – Nature Fights Back

This week I made my 1st trip to Bennery Viaduct near Ikeston in England. Bennerley Viaduct is a grade 2* listed railway viaduct built in 1877 by the Great Northern Railway Company. The viaduct was in operation for 90 years until 1968 when the national railways were restructed. From a distance the viaduct looks much […]

SPRINGTIME WOODLAND – 2 – Spring Flowers

There are always flowers to be found in woodlands. However, the most most spectacular time is from mid-April through to May. The days are longer, the waether is warmer and the insects are more abundant. The flowers have their best chance of seeing the essentail sunlight at this time of year before the tree canopy […]

Springtime Woodland – 2 – Wood Anemones

One of the first signs that the spring growth is truely established is the appearance of the Wood Anemones on the wooland floor. They are normally found in ancient woodland such as these in Swithland Wood in Leicestershire in England. Like all flowers they need lots of sunlight so these flowers appear in late March […]

Springtime Woodland – 1 – Early Spring

After the long winter and as the days start to lengthen the woodland starts to renew with the first signs of new growth. The images here were all captured in Swithland Wood in Leicestershire in the UK. As with all woods it has it’s own unique characteristics. It is recognised as a site of special […]

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Robb Doyle

About Me

I am currently in a year long project to record the ever changing local Woodland. I hope you enjoy some of my images through the seasons.

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