These photographs are from a small patch of common land in Norfolk called Abel Heath. The land is maintained by the National trust. It is my intention to build up a library of photographs of the flora and fauna of this area which has grown from my interest in photographing fungi (see the next gallery). The area is rich in wildlife including a resident barn owl, numerous rabbits and the occasional deer all of which have so far eluded my camera due to the loud barky thing on the end of a lead which is the main reason for my visits.
© Simon Pocklington