A couple of mono-prints using acrylic with a retarder and a gelli plate....the light was rather poor for photography!
Monday, 16 October 2017
Sunday, 15 October 2017
With the Marine Conservation Society reporting mass strandings of Portuguese man o' war in the south-west; the largest in number since 2012, it was no surprise when Tom sent these pictures through from the beach between Swansea Uni and Black Pill. There were 5 in total.
Saturday, 14 October 2017
Wednesday, 11 October 2017
|Ivy bees in the dunes at Swansea Bay- large aggregations and high density nesting holes- pictured is a female digging her burrow out.|
|Walks in Singleton Park|
Left: jay; grey squirrel
Middle top: birch polypore( Piptoporus betulinus),
Middle bottom: purple jellydisc (Ascocoryne sarcoides)
Top right: a bracket of some kind
Bottom right: brick stuck in a tree!
Tuesday, 10 October 2017
Just as it's getting rather dark and cool in Cumbria, the sun and warmth bathe Swansea in autumnal colour!
|Swansea University botanic gardens - feted iris and passion flowers.|
|Swansea Bay dunes- morning moisture on a funnel web; speckled wood butterfly; waxcaps and a Lasioglossum furrow bee.|