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Photo of the Week

Of all the willow species that grow in Britain, Creeping willow Salix repens is the smallest. It was one of the first bushes to vegetate the land after the last glacial inundation, and now, often found growing commonly in dune slacks. It’s a very useful plant, offering shelter to other plants and animals. Songbirds use the soft seed fluff for nest material. 

Photograph by John Farrar

About John Farrar

Landscape photography is my focus (sic) since retiring from a university career researching and teaching plant and environmental science.  Photography combines my lifelong love of Britain's wild places with an understanding (I hope!) of how our diverse environments work and the processes within them, as well as the way light falls on them.  Seeing - really seeing - what is around us is hard, and the challenge for me is to find formalist images whose structure and atmosphere are consonant with the nature of the subject. 

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