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Bakker Spalding’s photo competition to find UK’s most beautiful garden

Bakker Spalding won’t be sitting still this autumn. The largest garden company in Europe is in search of the most beautiful garden photo in the UK. The theme of Bakker’s third photo competition this year is ‘summer garden’, and from now on everybody can send in their best picture via the Bakker Spalding website. This year, the photo competition has an extra celebratory touch, as

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Global Garden Photography Competition from MyGardenSchool

 

Global Garden Photography Competition from MyGardenSchool

MyGardenSchool is the first virtual gardening school In the world. Visitors will have access to special information proved by some of the most popular gardening experts.

The garden photography competition is starting today and all members of the website can participate in it. The competition has 5 categories – People in the Garden, Macro Photography, Flower Photography, Garden Photography and

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Infrared wildlife cameras are a must to capture nocturnal animals

An infrared wildlife camera can be a great way to capture images of animals that are moving at night. The infrared technology means that the animals can be seen without them being disturbed by light in the visible spectrum.

One of the common features on these devices is a motion sensor which means that the camera does not have to be recording video or taking still

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New camera developed to capture nocturnal wildlife

If you are interested in seeing how animals behave in the night time, it can be difficult because they prefer to operate in the dark, and often have much better night vision than humans. For this reason the Infra Red Wildlife Trail camera has been developed. This is a camera that uses infrared technology to allow you to see animals in the dark, and capture

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