I started writing my blog three years ago today. It was during May half term, I was bored so my mum suggested that I went out with a camera, took some photos and wrote about what I saw over that week.
I can’t believe that I’m still doing it three years on.
This is the very first photo I took.
Over the past three years of taking photos and blogging I have met some amazing people, learnt so much about British wildlife and probably asked more questions than I can remember. I have had so much support from individuals, organisations, groups and people on social media.
Hopefully my photography has come on a long way during this time.
A big thank you to all those people who take the time to read, like and comment on my blog.
I plan to continue taking photos and blogging for a very long time, and hope for lots more adventures to come.
This week I went for a visit down to my local river, it was great to see so many dragonflies, butterflies and newly hatched goslings out for the first time.
I still find have to ask lots of questions, such as does anyone know what these footprints are?
Another reason for visiting my local river is to see the Swallows. They have returned for another year to nest under the weir. I spent ages watching them fly just above the surface of the river and disappear up under the bridge.