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Curbar Edge, Derbyshire We had a survey site which saw me out in the Peak District until 7pm one evening in August – after which I took the opportunity to see the heather and take a walk along Curbar Edge at sunset.

This was taken on a cool March day when the frogs had decided that spring had sprung!

In this photo, I tried to capture the turbulence of the water which these amorous amphibians bring to a placid garden pond.

The dandelion seedheads glowed white against the dark grass but I was struggling to capture this in a photograph – then I thought this might make an interesting angle!

Shropshire Hills We spent a few days over the May bank holiday in Ireland for a wedding, coming back via Anglesey and spending a night in Shropshire on our way back east.

With the juveniles, such as this little smooth newt, you need to keep a sharp eye to make sure you spot them all!

Common frog – Spring is one of the most rewarding times to have a garden pond – when the croaking begins and the surface is a mass of calling frogs.We walked over the Long Mynd at dusk, heading back towards our campsite, and this was the view as we began to descend.Church of Saint Mary, Whitby A weekend camping near Robin Hood’s Bay in the summer found us in Whitby before walking back along the coast.I like to take the opportunity which the end of the year presents to look back over what I’ve seen and encountered.Some fall nicely into groups so do check out trees, wildflowers, butterflies, bees and invertebrates on their own posts!Vancouver Island The following are a few photographs from Vancouver Island this year – we encountered some spectacular wildlife and were amazed by the scenery.

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