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On a cold Sunday morning in the middle of January, I found myself standing at a bus stop opposite a parade of shops in suburban West London. Not to catch the bus though. Instead, bizarrely, to photograph some feathered visitors from Scandinavia for the first time. Waxwings. A bus stop isn’t the most natural of […]

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This male red deer stag was grazing in the shadow of nearby tree’s and as I walked between them to get a clearer view, momentarily lifted his head and in doing so exposed his eye to a small pocket of light. I was able to get a single shot off before the head was lowered […]

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In some ways 2012 has been a slow photographic year for me, but in others, a very fulfilling one. I’ve experienced the high’s of awards ceremonies and the low’s of broken camera’s. So here’s a little look back at the year gone by as I share twelve photos that sum up 2012 and talk about […]

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3:30am. My alarm is going off and as I’ve only had 2 and half hours sleep I feel a little grumpy. But fast forward to 715am and after a two and a half hour drive and a 1.5km walk, I find myself sitting in one of the hides at Snettisham for the first time, eagerly […]

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Wow. Just, wow! Having been to the Natural History Museum many times before, it was a very surreal experience to be sat in the entrance hall, eating dinner under the huge Diplodocus skeleton, surrounded by some of the best wildlife photographers in the world, watching some of the best wildlife photos in the world, on […]

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