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Well that was fun. 2015 was most definitely a year to remember. It’s one that has seen me write my first ebook, talk at some great events, meet some lovely people, tear the cartilage in my knee to get the shot(!) and of course, capture a wildlife photo that didn’t actually have any wildlife in […]

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There is something special about the badger. They are both incredibly peaceful and beautiful animals with which my garden plays host to several, that pass through when night falls, as they forage around their urban surroundings. It was a truly wonderful day when I discovered these most unexpected of visitors and I’ve spent the last […]

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Having just returned from the awards ceremony in Lünen, Germany, I am incredibly pleased to announce I have been awarded as the GDT European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, 2015. After the GDT awards on Friday, this follows in to a two day nature photography festival. Much like London’s Wild Photo’s did, it’s an event […]

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The new Nikon 300mm f4 PF positively defies it’s form factor with astonishingly good performance. Actually, it may be a little too good for it’s own good, because this lens hasn’t been without it’s fair share of debate. All seem to be in agreement about it’s optics and compact design. But with a lot of […]

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Back in January I spent two days in Northern Greece, close to the Bulgarian border, photographing the Dalmatian Pelican. Sadly, estimates put the remaining numbers of this almost prehistoric looking bird at less than 20,000 and as few as only 10,000, giving them vulnerable status on the IUCN Red List. This makes Greece’s Lake Kerkini […]

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