Last weekend I walked through Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, and the light for once was lovely. While there I had a go at photographing some common gulls. and a HErring gull I tried a herring gull in-flight close up and captured one landing too. Thanks to Marianne Taylor for the gull IDs!
A couple of years ago I visited Gilfach Farm, where it was possible to photograph nuthatches on the stone wall there, rather than the normal tree branches and trunks.
A few photos of fulmars at Bempton Cliffs
While in Cairngorms in March I suffered an external Hard Drive failure and had to spend a day sorting out recovering files etc. But luckily for me a Song Thrush posed in the garden close than I’d ever seen one and allowed some nice shots of it sunbathing.
A few shots of the tree sparrows at Bempton RSPB reserve
I spent a weekend last month around Bempton Cliffs, Yorkshire and unsurprisingly photographed plenty of gannets. Here a re a few of the shots This one I cloned a gannet head from the bottom corner
Its been a while since I posted a blog. Thankfully its not just because I’ve been working lots, I’ve been all over photographing wildlife too! But today post is from ‘my patch’ Wat Tyler Country Park. I looks like there was 1 or probably 2 nests in the reed beds, as families could be seen…
Earlier this month I was at EWT Chafford Gorges trying to film some fish, but while I was struggling to get any footage under the water, this cormorant was feeding closer than I’ve seen one before, so I managed a few shots. At one point is came up with weed caught on its bill. I…
A couple of shots of a tree sparrow on the RSPB Bempton visitor centre roof.
Last month I spent some time at The RSPB feeders and I got what I think are my best blue tit shots.