Walking in the Australian bush is an adventure, there are so many unexpected elements of interest in this environment which are easily missed, to me these surprise elements make the bush experience what it is - and a reason to grab the camera! I have a great love and respect of nature; the perfect detail of even the smallest leaf or bug, which I often only notice through my camera lens, still creates that overwhelming sense of awe and wonder in me. Pattern, shape and colour in nature serve an important purpose and it is this detail that might make a difference in a variety of circumstances.
|Some of the range of flowers possibly not noticed in the large photograph!|
Stopping and enabling children to closely study a tiny bug or explore the 'mechanics' of nature.
Eating lunch at a beautifully laid table with real cutlery, drinking glasses and a vase of real flowers
|Wingate Children's Centre in England|
|Auchlone Nature Kindergarten in Scotland|
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe