When did you realise that you were a great photographer?

My father was a great gardener, and when he died he left me with a great collection of pictures and his great knowledge of gardening.

I also had a collection of his old books.

I was also very interested in photography, and found myself looking for pictures of the great American landscape photographer, William Morris.

I loved all the things he photographed, from landscapes to landscapes to the great oceanic landscape.

I began to read all his books and began to appreciate what he saw.

My first book was The Garden, written by a friend, William W. Morris, who had lived in England in the 19th century and had a love of landscape photography.

He was one of the first photographers to take his pictures on a regular basis, and I was always interested in him.

I then began to visit him regularly.

His books were amazing, and he told me a lot about himself, and about his life.

When he died I bought a copy of his book and started to read it.

It was very moving, and a good introduction to landscape photography, but I found the photography to be quite dull and not very interesting.

In my first book I described the nature of the photography I had done and the subjects I had photographed.

Then in my second book I went into more detail about the subject matter, and how I made the pictures.

This book helped me to see what I was trying to do, and the way I made pictures and how the subjects were presented.

When I had finished The Garden I went on to become an editor for a number of other photographers, and my career as an editor began to expand.

When you have a subject that you want to show in a book, you start with the photographs.

Then you work out the way the subjects are presented, and then the way they look.

I often had subjects that I wanted to show, and it was a very different way to make them.

I would use subjects from a number from the different countries, but also from around the world.

Some of my favourite subjects are the elephants, which are in China, the birds, and even the animals.

I had an elephant in my first series of pictures, and in my next series I took the elephant from South Africa, in South Africa.

There were a lot of other animals, and some of them are very unusual, and therefore very interesting to me.

I found that the subjects in the pictures were very interesting, and sometimes I would have a bit of a challenge working them out, because they had to be photographed and not just drawn on the page.

In the third book, I went to China, and there I photographed a group of elephants.

I took them from a zoo in China and then photographed them from the side of a road.

They were very small and very beautiful, and they had been taken from a wild area.

They had been shot from a very remote place, and this was the first time that I had taken them from that remote place.

It had been a very hard time in China for the elephants to have their habitats protected and the animals protected, so I really had to work very hard to show them.

They took a lot from me.

It really gave me the confidence that I could do that sort of work.

I did another series of the same animals, this time from the same place in Africa.

I photographed them on a small, isolated island.

They looked very similar to the animals in the first book, and so I had a bit more confidence that the subject would look very different from the animals that were in the book.

Then I did the same with the birds in the second book.

I wanted the birds to look as if they were very different to the others, and that is why I went back to Africa and photographed the same birds from different parts of Africa.

The birds were not very well known at that time, and were very rare in the UK, so it was quite an achievement to photograph them all at the same time.

In one of my first books I had the birds from South African in the top row.

In The Garden there were two more birds, one in the middle row and one in bottom row.

The first time I had them in the same row, and one was from Tanzania.

The second time, it was from Kenya.

I shot all the birds at different times, and with different subjects.

I think that this was my greatest achievement, because it showed me that I was not just making pictures from the top or the bottom.

I could get all the angles right.

This was also the first thing that I started to do for my books, which was to create some of the landscapes in my photographs.

I wrote many of the photographs myself, and had all the models.

I used the models, and worked out the settings, and took some great pictures.

I thought it was great to work with the models in the photos, and to work out how they would look, and