Description Close-up shot of the spathe and spadix of Arum maculatum, otherwise known as lords-and-ladies, cuckoo-pint, jack-in-the-pulpit, priest's-pintle, barba-aron, wake robin, willy lily, snake's meat, etc, etc... Photographed in Anston Stones Wood, South Yorkshire.
Roger Butterfield, Sheffield, UK Member Since February 2007 Artist Statement My photographs illustrate the diverse range of landscapes, wildlife and heritage found across the British Isles.
I first started taking pictures when I was a kid. At the age of sixteen, I bought my first proper camera, a second-hand Russian Zenit 3M. I also learnt how to develop and print my photos in a friend's darkroom.
Three decades on, I switched to digital - and I haven't looked back since!
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