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8th February 2016 - Day 39 of 366

The Majestic Morning

Today as I set for Kharghar in the morning, I had a vague plan of visit something really interesting I had discovered a few week back. 62 more words


Bald Eagles In West Lafayette

An Eagle Flys By

I really do not have any camouflage on my gear when I shoot birds and eagles. My theory on eagles is that they have such great vision that I am not going to disguise myself good enough anyway. 311 more words


Tuesday ~ February 09, 2016

Happy Tuesday!

I didn’t get any photography in this weekend.¬† Never really seemed that busy but just didn’t get around to it.¬† The weather wasn’t all that great and on the one day we had sunshine I was a little under the weather.¬† 185 more words

Daily Posts

Ricmond Park....

A couple of days ago I was down in London and visited Richmond Park for the first time. We only had a couple of hours in the park braving the howling wind before the heavens opened – rain definitley stopped play! 46 more words

Personal Stuff

Presenting a Wildlife Photography Talk

We recently had some good friends over for dinner and a good catchup.

They’re both passionate and very capable photographers, and I met them when I was involved with the camera club scene some years back. 248 more words


Great Tinamou (Tinamus major)

Tinamous are one of those bird families that are much easier to hear than to see! Normally you might hear a Tinamou calling early in the morning as you walk along a path in the neotropical rainforest. 40 more words



Jellyfish swim against a generated current in a circular tank. The glow is created by its ability to create fluorescent molecules that reproduce the light from the tank.

Georgette French