Mr B admiring the joys of the New Forest.
This one is a double exposure of the river water which can be seen at the bottom of the photo.
Different versions of the same vibrant green Spring leaves, trying to capture the vividness of the colour.
The bluebells were particularly pretty alongside the footpath.
The other thing that I really like about using double exposure is that the resulting photo often looks like a texture overlay, which is a way of working and producing images that I use all the time.
Not sure what the function of this particular piece of machinery is, but it was quite impressive and I also shot loads of fantastic texture photos on it!
Beautiful wood violets, another rarity.
Restorative pint after the walk.