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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…

Richmond. I love it. I’ve been to the park many times in the past. But the last visit was different. I found myself in a cafe sitting opposite a nice chap called Mark Bentley, from B+W Photography Magazine, as he recorded an interview with me on a dictaphone. It was a refreshing change to talk…

Well there’s a pleasant surprise. Back in December I stumbled upon an Italian nature photography competition called Oasis. After a quick look around the site and after recognising the names of several winners from previous years, I decided to enter. I didn’t hear anything back from the competition other than one email to say winners…

On a cold Sunday morning in the middle of January, a few years ago, 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…

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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