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First a warning. Two of the images in this post are a little graphic and show the reality of life in the Masai Mara (but I’ve put them at the very bottom of the page). OK. Warning over and I actually can’t believe it has taken me so long to visit Africa. It’s been at…

Singapore. Humid. Clean. Safe. And, oh so colourful! Some of you may or may not know that I’m quite partial to a cityscape panoramic once in a while, so when stopping off in Singapore last year for a couple of nights on the way to Australia, I couldn’t resist using my Nikon D800 and 50mm…

I’m delighted to announce a few days ago I was informed my image of a Halloween Pennant was awarded with a ‘Highly Honoured’ in the Small World category of the 2013 Nature Best Wildlife Photography Competition. It’s the third year I’ve entered what is the biggest wildlife competition of it’s type in America, and I…

I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus from photography over the last few months, but although it’s been a quiet summer, I’m delighted to say one of my little owl images has received a Highly Commended award in the 2013 British Wildlife Photography Awards, in the Animal Portraits category. The Three Stooges is an…

What’s Asferico, I hear you ask? I wasn’t sure myself until a few months back, but it’s the Italian Nature Photography Competition. I heard the news just before I flew out to Oz, and with a house move right after my return it slipped my mind until today, when the portfolio book fell through my…

Heads up wildlife and nature photography lovers, the Scottish Nature Photography Festival has returned for 2013, the Year of Natural Scotland, with a new look and excellent programme including talks from superb photographers such as Mark Hamblin, Edwin Kats, Pete Cairns, Bertie Gregory and more. WHAT TO EXPECT If you’ve ever been to the London hosted…

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