Are there any good photographers out there?

The campus species lists are steadily growing but we don’t have campus images to go with them. Some images are now coming in via the KiteSite app but we still have a very long vay to go.  If you have been photographing campus nature and are willing to share some of your photos on the blog do please contact me by email or blog comment. a.culham(at)reading.ac.uk

The aptly named 'small flowered buttercup' Ranunculus parviflorus growing in a temporary car park near Agriculture

The aptly named ‘small flowered buttercup’ Ranunculus parviflorus growing in a temporary car park near Agriculture

Some species are found in habitats made by human action while others survive in undisturbed areas.  Vigilant photographers can capture records of species that may come and go in a season. At this time of year there are many fungi in fruit on campus and this is a species list we have hardly started building.

 

 

About Alastair Culham

A professional botanist and biologist with an interest in promoting biological knowledge and awareness to all.
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3 Responses to Are there any good photographers out there?

  1. Dr M says:

    “Ve have vays of making you take photos!” Couldn’t resist your typo! I have lots but all with drmgoeswild waterwark of course! 😉

  2. Fay Newbery says:

    Is your R.parviflorus photo from this year, Alastair? I haven’t found a single plant in 2014.

  3. No, a photo from 2013 – I do hope there is a seedbank there now.

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