Norway’s winter eagles

Posted on February 10, 2017

Weather is such a massive factor when considering planning a trip. However, the best laid plans of mice and men can be sadly thrown out of kilter when the weather gods decide not to play ball! Winter in Norway should be cold and snowy. Unfortunately, the warm south-west gales that…

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Polish Raptors – the return

Posted on December 5, 2016

The last trip to Poland to photograph eagles in February was challenging. There is just no other way to describe sitting in a hide for 11 hours with no Golden Eagles. That’s why we appreciated our guests’ trust in that the autumn trip would be more successful. I’d visited the eagle site…

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Wild Coasts of Alaska

Posted on October 17, 2016

I have been to Alaska a few times now and after my first visit I fell in love with this wild and rugged place. It is hard to explain the vastness and wildness of Alaska but it truly is one of the last great frontiers. All of my visits so…

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Let’s go to the bridge, he said…

Posted on October 7, 2016

After a long and tiring flight I made it home, looking back on a wonderful trip I was co-leading with Danny. It wasn’t my first time in Yellowstone but it was my first time during the fall. It turned out to be hard work compared to the winter trip because…

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Bulgarian Beauties

Posted on September 21, 2016

This summer, I was in Bulgaria for 10 days in search of a particular balkan beauty, the elusive Apollo butterfly. It’s a species that many photographers admire for its sheer beauty and grace, and for me and the group, it was a journey from the UK to eastern Europe to photograph…

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