Our Gallery

Our gallery ensures hospitals can bring the outside in and enable people to appreciate the magnificence of the natural world through viewing our light-emitting Nature Photography Displays.

Beech trees, bluebells, Brecon Beacons, Wales, UK
The word biophilia originates from the Greek ‘philia’, meaning ‘love of’. It literally means a love of life or living things.
Sarlat Trees = Dordogne France
Two Birches, Autumn Colours
The French word for sunflower is “tournesol” which means turns with the light of the sun.
“The effects of nature’s qualities on health are not only spiritual and emotional, but physical and neurological. I have no doubt that they reflect deep changes in the brain’s physiology, and perhaps even its structure.”
Dr Oliver Sachs, Neurologist
Two Trees, Andalucia
Poppies and Blue Flowers
When asked what they need most, patients request beauty and accessibility to escape from the clinical environment.
View over Cranborne Chase, Dorset, Wiltshire, UK
Yellow Flowers Blue Rock
Sunflowers Dordogne
“Nature is easy on the mind.” Agnes van den Berg, Environmental Psychologist
Morning Bluebells
Woolland Woods
Prof. Roger Ulrich has pioneered research into the beneficial effect of nature on the human stress response. His research over the past three decades has consistently shown that nature’s restorative effects on the cardiovascular system are demonstrable in the body within a few minutes.
Cranborne Chase #2
When in a natural setting, we are always surrounded by life.
Namaqualand Africa
Blea Tarn
Blaze of Gold
Nature invites quiet contemplation of its beauty.
Yorkshire Dales
Garlic Wood
Wildflower Meadow