My photographs from wandering around beautiful Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire. The information included has been culled from both The National Trust and the Eastern Daily Press The Wicken Fen Water Pump … Continue reading Wicken Fen
Connaught Water, so called after the Duke of Connaught, Ranger of the Forest, extends over seven acres, and contains two islands. Before its transformation into its present form by the … Continue reading Spring on Connaught Water
Fen Drayton Lakes began life as a flooded sand and gravel quarry next to riverside meadows. RSPB “Fen Drayton Lakes stands at one end of a string of wetlands and … Continue reading Fen Drayton
Little Paxton lies on the western side of the Great Ouse river valley and the parish covers an area of 1,150 acres (470 hectares). The boundary of the parish to … Continue reading Little Paxton
An early Sunday morning stroll around Connought Water in Epping Forest, Essex.
Fens, also called Fenland, natural region of about 15,500 sq. mi (40,100 sq. km) of reclaimed marshland in eastern England extending north to south between Lincoln and Cambridge. Across its surface … Continue reading Ouse Fen
Photographs from the Titchwell area off the North Norfolk coast. Marshland, beach and woodland teeming with Waders, Egrets and empty endless beaches and big sky. Turnstone Knots Redshank and Little … Continue reading Titchwell