Welcome to my blog. I aim to share as much as possible here including photographic trip reports, updates on projects I'm undertaking and maybe even the odd tip or trick!

Reed Buntings

May 18, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
If you read my previous post, you'll know that my lockdown photography had revolved mainly around the birds right outside the house and those seen on my daily walks (limited to Starlings at the time of writing the aforementioned post). Since then, I've continued enjoying photographing the resident robins and blue tits and have also been trying to g...
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Lockdown Photography

May 04, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
I don't need to tell you that over the last few weeks, life has been turned upside down and inside out thanks to the Coronavirus. The government's decision to lockdown the country in order to slow the spread of the virus has coincided with the end of my previous contract, so my much anticipated break in order to focus on my photography has gone som...
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Successful Sparrawhawk

April 27, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Wildlife photography can often involve a lot of planning. This can range from time spent researching and scoping out locations, setting up a feeding station, researching new equipment and techniques, planning trips, to biding time for the best weather conditions. It can also involve a bit of luck, primarily being in the right place at the right tim...
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Worcestershire Waxwing

April 15, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
As a child, when I first got into birds and found myself trawling through the countless books I'd either borrowed from the library or been gifted, there were some species that jumped off the page and had me in awe of how they looked. These birds had some mystical quality that had me imagining what it would feel like to see them in the flesh. A few...
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Short-eared Owls

March 08, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Following my previous post which was dedicated to the local barn owls, I've had a little more time out and about and whilst the barn owls have continued to show well, I'm very pleased to say that the short-eared owls have also joined the party. With a keen eye on the weather, I've managed a few more hours out with my camera and have been rewarded w...
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