While the snow we had recently was fun , getting around was a pain , and by the 4th day i was glad to see the back of it . but it was nice to get out and try some shots with more movement in them and the snow helped by reflecting the available … More Braving the snow
The latest idea i had was to try wide angle on the visiting foxes in the garden , as i suspected just the shutter noise was enough to send her packing , only to reappear later that evening , but i did manage to capture one or two photo’s before she legged it.
For a few months now i’ve been putting out food for the fox’s resulting in a vixen coming in around the same time each evening and a male now and again. The vixen now has cubs to feed and will grab food and disappear for a while , returning later to scrounge any scraps left … More Charlies in the Garden
Not Wildlife this time but a pair of whippets racing after a lure , well i was out and there was nothing about so i had to point the camera at something ! By the way , the red things the lure .
Hopefully i’ll get some more stuff on the website as i’ve not put anything on for a while The first couple of photos were taken in March in the Brecon Beacons around Penyfan , while the snow was still about and the Hare was only two weeks later .
Some Kingfisher portraits from the last two years ,
I’ve now had a chance to go through the images that i took over the week in Scotland, some on closer inspection got the delete button as on closer inspection they were either uninteresting or basically out of focus ! the others that were left needed a bit of tidying up but on the whole i … More The Week in Scotland