Svalbard…

Posted on November 7, 2017

During early April I was running a trip for Natures Images to the Arctic Archipelago of Svalbard. I have been to this wonderful location before but it has been during the summer months and my mode of transport was by boat. During the late spring/early summer the ice starts to…

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Simmer Dim with Puffins

Posted on October 26, 2017

This summer, I was guiding a tour for Natures Images to Fair Isle, a small, remote island just south of Shetland. Fair Isle is an incredibly special place, inhabited by thousands of seabirds and migrating bird species, but only by c.50 people. It is beautiful and wild, battered by winds…

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A happy return

Posted on October 9, 2017

It’s been a while since I ran a trip to wonderful Norway and I must say I missed the eagles and the beautiful fjords in Flatanger. It was good to be back and the eagles didn’t disappoint us in any way. They all looked healthy and strong and they didn’t…

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Pumas, pumas, pumas

Posted on October 3, 2017

We asked our South American guide Pablo Cersosimo to update us on how his winter with the Pumas of Torres del Paine had gone this year (we head back on a trip in June 2018) and just had to share his feedback and a few of his images… I’m just back…

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Churchill Polar Bears

Posted on September 20, 2017

In November last year I was in Churchill which is a small town on the southern shore of the Hudson Bay, Canada. Churchill is famous for the large concentration of Polar Bears that gather there each autumn and then wait for the Ice to reform on the Hudson Bay. The…

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