Photography Workshops

Bluebells under trees on woodland floor

Bluebells on a bank at Hams Hall

I am very lucky to be able to run photography workshops both at our own woods and on behalf of the Tame Valley Wetlands Partnership. This pulls together my love of photography with my experience of adult education, and also allows me to visit some very special sites that I may not otherwise have access to.

Recently, I ran an Introduction to Photography workshop for Tame Valley Wetlands at Hams Hall. We were blessed with beautiful weather and an even more beautiful show of bluebells in a woodland that isn’t always accessible to the public. The bluebells were stunning this year, and grow in vast swathes underneath beech and birch trees. Beech is ideal for bluebells because it has a very closed canopy and therefore other undergrowth rarely thrives.

These are some of the photos from those woods on that day.

Bluebells under trees on woodland floor

Bluebell Bank

Bluebells under trees on woodland floor

Bluebells on a bank in the woods at Hams Hall

Bluebells under trees on woodland floor

Bluebell path

Bluebell path under the trees

Bluebell path under the trees

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Bluebells on a woodland floor

Bluebells

Bluebells under trees on woodland floor

Bluebells under trees on woodland floor

Bluebells under trees on woodland floor

Bluebells at Hams Hall

If you would like to attend a photography workshop at Alvecote Wood, our own woods, please see our Photography Workshops page.

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