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GB Heron in 13 second Gulf of Mexico sunset

Don’t get me wrong I’m always happy to be out shooting wildlife, even if it’s just a simple portrait. But what really makes me tick are situations like this. You know, the ones that provide you with that something special that you don’t get to capture everyday… Shot details Camera: Nikon D3 Lens: Nikon 50mm…

Florida wildlife

Since I originally wrote this article I’ve had more experience of the sunshine state and so I decided to revisit it with updated information and pictures. What’s the first thing that comes in to your head when someone says Florida? Disney World and theme parks maybe? Well, in the future if someone asks me I’ll…

Female Chaffinch in flight

Take one territorial Chaffinch, a cottage in the Scottish Highlands and some persistence…the result is this little bird, in a big pose that’s normally over in the blink of an eye.

Guide to Grey Seals at Donna Nook

Picture the scene, it’s 6:45 a.m. and we’ve just arrived at Donna Nook, on the east coast of the UK. I have been up since 2:30 a.m. and I’ve been driving since 3:15 a.m. to cover the 200 miles needed before sunrise. We’re now about to walk a mile or so out to the sand banks with…

An early, misty morning with the Red Deer.

7 a.m., I’m standing in the middle of a field of bracken, the sun isn’t up yet, it’s foggy and all I can hear is the roar of unseen Stags coming from all directions…this is what nature and wildlife photography is all about…! Go back an hour and a half, it’s 5:30 a.m. and my alarm…

Wild Foxes, part 2: Things are improving already!

The foxes usually turn up at 7:45pm on the dot…this time they arrived so early they were watching us…! It’s only been a week but the opportunties and quality of the shots we could get has improved massively.

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