I had to post this pic from Donna Nook today. Don’t worry its not stuck, just being curious. Taken with my new 35mm macro.
A quick photo, which sadly isn’t the best. When I was photographing the cattle egrets featured a couple of posts ago, I flushed a bird, which turned out to be a stone curlew, something I had always wanted to see. I was right near the Northern edge of Costa Teguise, which was a surprise as…Details
AFter my trip to Gilfach, I and some friends meet up at Gigrin farm. The weather did not look great and in fact only got more cloudy and darker as the red kite feeding time drew nearer and just sadly continued to get worse as they were fed. However having a camera with good High…Details
I had a trip to the Rhayader area of Wales over the weekend. The first stop was Gilfach Farm where we waited for salmon to jump up the waterfall, but had no luck. I did photograph the water fall though: Although we didn’t see them jumping, I did see 2 female salmon nest building, where…Details
Here are a couple from my trip to Goring back in May. I finally got a half decent pic of a garden chafer. I also found and photographed my first true cardinal beetle, seperated from the other Pyrochroa species by its black head.Details
Some more shots on Lanzarote. First thing almost every morning, as the sun came up, I headed down to the beach. It was when the ebach was emptiest which meant not only was there more wildlife around, but it was also safer to be walking around with a long lense. On this particular mornign I…Details
Here are some rockpool creature photos. Taken in my photographic aquarium, I caught these on Broadhaven beach in Pembrokeshire, Wales. First up is the shanny: At one point it demonstrated its ability to glup air. There was also a young wrasse, but I’m not sure what species. I also photographed a common rockpool find, a…Details