Posting late for June as I've been super busy at work this week, but June was also a super busy month for photography and there are over 50 pictures for you to take a look at.
As usual there is a complete range from flora and fauna to people to artistic to some Photoshop creations so I hope you find something that interests you.
Among my favourites this month is this one which was my tribute to a painting called The Fig Leaf by Francis Picabia . . .
(The date taken in the gallery says August 2012 as that was the date I took the leaf shot - the silhouette shot was taken in June, you can look at the set up shot over on my Flickr page)
June also saw the Frimley Green Open Gardens, which I reported on for the local residents network as well as taking some lovely English Country Garden shots.
Two other big events last month were the Race For Life in Windsor, which Vicky did with a number of her friends from school - well done Vicster - and the annual Southern region UKIP conference which I covered for the local residents network and you can here my interview with the Party leader, Nigel Farage, here. Oh, and a trip to London too!
And there's more . . . I had a number of shots selected for a new Photo exhibition and was featured on their blog twice in the space of a couple of weeks, lots to talk about there so I'm going to do a separate Blog post on that which I'll post in the next couple of days hopefully.
Phew . . . what a month . . . and I've already got a few good shots in the can for July . . .