Tag Archives: wildlife photography
It all started with a book that I’d read a few years ago: The Snow Geese by the UK author William Fiennes. He tells his story of travelling to America on a quest to follow the annual migration of Snow … Continue reading
There’s a saying “There’s no such thing as cold, only bad clothing” I agree to a certain amount but even the best clothes will not keep you warm when standing still for a long time in -30C at night. Waiting … Continue reading
At the beginning of February I went to Bandhavgarh National Park in India. I was co-leading our annual trip by Natures Images to this wonderful location with our main target being the Bengal Tiger. Bandhavgarh is one of the finest … Continue reading
Our recent and first trip in to Lake Kerkini in northern Greece to photograph the Dalmatian Pelicans that gather there at this time of year for the beginning of the breeding season, was the first of many such single-species focused … Continue reading
For many years I have been looking for a good spot to photograph hawfinches. They are quite common in Holland but not easy to photograph because they are very shy at first. The first thing to do is feed them … Continue reading
A small time lapse video from our recent trip to Bosque del Apache. There were over 50,000 Snow Geese and 10,000 Sandhill Cranes whilst we were there. Watch and see the blast off!
We have put a little something together to round up 2012. Wishing you a very Happy Christmas and New Year!
Some great news from this Autumn’s GDT awards. Edwin has just received a Highly Commended in the bird category with his stunning Reedling image. And he has also been voted as the public’s favourite. Ed says that “it was a … Continue reading
Literally hot off the press, Paul has launched his first book Wild Derbyshire. It’s been a labour of love for Paul over the last two years and his hard work has paid off with this stunning publication. As you can … Continue reading