Somedays you can wait in the hide for hours for something good to come along and then you realise that the bird feeder behind you is a hive of activity!
Deers at play around the lakes in the middle of Richmond Park, London.
An early morning photoshoot around Windsor Great Park’s deer enclosure.
The blue tits have been very active this spring and yesterday they brought their new chicks down from the nest and feed them in the tree next to the patio. I’m not sure wether all this wildlife was as active pre lockdown or wether we are now taking the time to stop and enjoy watchingContinue reading “Enjoying the wildlife on your doorstep”
As Travel Photographers and Wildlife Photographers we face a dilemma. We want to record what we see and offer the best representation to our followers but we also want to produce the biggest impact with our work. The leopard in the tree with the washed out sky in the background is the true representation ofContinue reading “To edit or not to edit?”
Somedays you can sit and wait all day for the Kingfishers to come to your hide but luckily nature brings its own entertainment to keep you busy. In this case it was dragon flies galore. All taken with a Canon 6DII & 100mm to 400mm with a 2x adaptor at 800mm
The wildlife around the local lakes out enjoying the UK summer.
Early morning wildlife shoot at the lake side hide.
Big cats from the ‘Big Cat Sanctuary’ given the monochrome treatment.
Sights around Zimbabwe, taken 2017
All seen in Zimbabwe’s reserves or along the Zambezi river which boarders Zimbabwe – taken 2017
You may think that the spectacular wildlife that you’ll see on an African safari is going to be land based, but don’t underestimate the beauty of the feathered wildlife along the banks of the river.
A three week tour of Malaysia hardly scratched the surface but hare are just a few moments that sum up the vast and diverse country.
Photos from lakeside hide in nature reserve.