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Locked On [Atlantic Puffin]

An Atlantic Puffin locks its eyes on me as it makes a (very) high speed pass on the Island of Skokholm. It was great to be back on the island and certainly this year I was much more prepared by the speed of these fantastic seabirds.


Wildlife Photographer of the Year

This weekend I visited the 50th Anniversary, Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum. This is now the fourth/fifth year running that I have visited this exhibition and I am always amazed at how every year the standard is raised and the photographers somehow manage to top last years entries. 317 more words


Postcard: A Dose Of Adorable

It was just after sunrise and Morkel, one of our lead photographers who was riding with us that morning, suggested we visit a den of black-backed jackals to see if the pups were out. 108 more words


Spotted at the Maryland Zoo

I see spots. Lots of spots.
Spots here, spots there, spots everywhere.
Spots low, spots high, spots where the eye lies.

Every picture shows a spot with which the artist has fallen in love.

Alfred Sisley


Doe-see-Doe at Big Meadows

Shenandoah National Park is home to a large population of White tailed deer. Within this protected haven, overtime these deer have learned to not fear humans without the presence of hunters. 169 more words


Test Shoot - Ashridge Estate

My first attempt of deer photography was a wildlife walk , lead by a National Trust member of staff, which I felt for the first attempt would give me some tracking and stalking insight into the deer. 571 more words


My visit to the Shenandoah National Park this past week was nothing short of spectacular. We were there to hike, but a heavy storm came through in the middle of the week and caused us to change our plans. 388 more words