Bedgebury Pinetum

An adventure in a world of trees

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Where Pixies May Roam

Bedgebury Pinetum is a magical world of trees, lakes and hidden locations like this rhododendron where the fallen flowers have beautifully carpeted the scene. The rays of the setting sun bursting through the foliage makes for a magnificent light source bringing the whole place alive.

Where Pixies May Roam won the 'Membership Card' theme Royal Photographic Society competition September 2017 award and was shortlisted down to the final 37 in the BBC Countryfile Calendar Competition 2016.

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Autumn Reflections

The beautiful colours of autumn at Marshals Lake.


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Crepuscular Rays

The sun bursting through the trees illuminating the valley floor.


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Frozen Timber

Dawn breaks above a frozen log pile.


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The Cathedral

At 137 feet, this is the tallest line of Leylandii trees in Europe.


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Sunset Over Marshal's Lake

Spectacular sunset behind the Pinetum's largest lake.


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Lake of Tranquillity

Dusk light over the Cafe lake.


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Foggy Forest

As the sun came up over the Pinetum, the fog rose to create an ethereal atmosphere across the forest floor.


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Nature's Red Carpet

A riot of colour beyond the shelter of the large pines synonymous with the Pinetum.


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Splitting The Trees

The sun bursts through the branches of a pine tree illuminating the rising mist over this beautiful lake.


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Autumn Hues

Autumn colours in full effect at Marshal's Lake.


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Pinetum Sun Burst

Sun bursting through the canopy in Dallimore Valley.


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Snowy Waterfall

The frozen waterfall at Black Pond.


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Frosty Sunlight

The piercing rays of the sun stream through the frozen forest canopy.


"Thank you so much for your talk on your Night & Day Panoramas it was fascinating and testament to your attention to detail. Your presentation was also very humorous and engaging, being enjoyed by all present."

Andrew Hayes – Parkwood Camera Club
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