Bushy Park

Royal parkland near Hampton Court has been the subject of a year’s work. A gate to Bushy Park is only a minute from my door so I visit it almost every day and observe the changing seasons.
The park was originally a hunting ground for King Henry VIII but now the deer are free to roam undisturbed, save for the odd brave dog.
It is a place of constant transition; from the cold mists of winter to the parched yellow grasslands of summer. The life of the park, its flora, fauna, dog walkers and runners, are an ongoing source of inspiration to me.