light, grey Lurcher dog portrait Yorkshire Dales, dog walking

Happy Adoption Day Alfie 2020

This year Alfie celebrated his Adoption Day in the Western Isles of Scotland (before lockdown part two). Which is why this yearly tribute is a little later than usual. Read more


Nature and wildlife graffiti Mural on Subway at Tolworth Roundabout. Nature Graffiti of a badger and kingfisher, London Suburbs

Hometown Roundabout Makeover (In Green)

Brussel sprouts, Trump, Mama Mia, U2, ketchup on baked beans and... Tolworth Tower. Yes, like Marmite, this 22 storey 1960's landmark or eyesore has both fans and critics. But now, Tolworth can boast a new attraction that must surely unite opinion and praise! Read more


Mountain Pansy in Malham Dale near Malham Tarn

Mountain Pansy

In a secluded spot above the masses gathered at Malham Cove, I take a breather from the picnics and selfies and find some space, some quiet, and a flower I’ve never seen before. Read more


New Normal - Portrait Project taken during the Covid 19 corona virus lockdown in the UK by Rich Bunce Walking Photographer

New Normal, A Lockdown Portraiture Project

"I need things to go back to normal; I just don't want it to."

2020 has been been a terrible year, but it has also been a defining year. It has forced change, some good, some bad. It has introduced what many describe as a "new normal". Read more


Mother and son watch a mason bee approach solitary bee nest box

Is this the Summer of a Lifetime?

It won’t just be the virtual watchers of a Sun appearing over a pixelated Stonehenge who will have changed their plans this Summer.  All of us to varying degrees will have had to abandon preparations and adapt in the wake of the Covid pandemic. Read more


Plastic flamingo looking through window

Conwy: Castles, Peacocks & Flamingos

Flamingos, peacocks and tropical caravans might not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think of Conwy in Wales.Read more


Sunset over ilkley moor by white wells

Why I Still Carry a Camera on Grey "Flat" Days...

Are housebound days more bearable in hot and sunny weather or is confinement easier on the cold and wet ones? As week six of lockdown measures in the UK drawers to a close, I'm still not sure.

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Baildon Swifts: Pre-Season Training

"Shortbread or Gingers Nuts?!" These choice biscuits and one or two cups of tea will be the only immediate reward for braving the lofty heights of Baildon's hilly settlements today. Read more


Books on a Bookshelf

Good Reads 2020

It’s January, and while others like to experiment with newfangled diets and the latest exercise craze,  I like to reflect on some of my intake of books over the last twelve months.Read more


Malham Cove Sunrise

Post Election Hangover Cure

Elections are gruelling beasts. The build up to polling day is typically protracted, divisive and generally hard to escape! The day of an election is no less intense with endlessly repetitive speculations and relatively pointless predictions. Read more