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11/05/2014 - 3:42 PM

A good place for wildlife

tomcurtisRecently made a visit to RSPB Fairburn Ings near Pontefract in West Yorkshire. There are many hides to view from and capture some interesting pictures. The area is quite large so you can walk as far as you feel possible. The car park is a nice size and if you visit during the week is very quiet. The...

22/12/2013 - 9:59 AM

52 for 2013 Week 51

topsyrmHere is a shot taken with my new 55-200 Fuji Zoom lens, hand-held sitting awkwardly in a car with the engine running. OIS did it's stuff. As always, comments welcome.

originalgumWhat a great deal I found in the classifieds last week... a Bausch & Lomb Discoverer 60mm Spotting Scope, with tripod! I have purchased the adapters for my camera, and can not wait to start taking pics of the moon, wildlife, etc... In fact, I've seen a bald eagle resting in a tree on certain ...

25/11/2011 - 2:17 PM

Day 92: Grey Heron

discreetphoton The other day I was asked about background separation. The shot you see here was taken this morning at a distance of 94.4 metres (as measured by the camera), and is a 20% crop of the frame coverage. Looking at the reeds in the background, and the duck, you can see that there is a marked differ...

14/11/2009 - 10:01 AM

The ratter

tomcatI was disturbed early Wednesday evening by a constant Miaow,miaow coming from the kitchen. I thought who has brought the remains of what in now :) To my surprise,what was staring up at me from the kitchen floor was a Woodmouse. More surprising it had been brought in by McKenzie,the only one of ou...

25/04/2009 - 1:07 PM

A peaceful morning

tomcatI was at Twywell for 7 this morning.Mainly went for a reccy to check on the Willow warblers.The whole air was filled with their song.Just waiting for the thorn to blossom to hopefully attain some decent shots. The bonus was spotting a Whitethroat so he's on the list for the next visit. Also the Ye...

24/08/2008 - 9:02 PM

"Fear of Failure"

conrad"You must have a lot of patience" is something that wildlife photographer Steve Bloom hears a lot, he says. But he doesn't think he's that patient a man - although he does wait for the right shot for a long, long time, sometimes. Take this shot of a shark jumping out of the water to ca...

conradNot my words, as you'll understand from the quotation marks, but those of a professional photographer: Steve Bloom. I'm the latest convert to his work. All thanks to an outdoor exhibition of huge prints of his work in a park in Stavanger. They were also showing a film with excerpts from an interv...

02/08/2008 - 6:48 PM

Wild Boar Watching Us

conradYesterday I took a tour to a hide on the edge of a forest. Yes, a tour. It's the only way to get in, because it's private property, and only the gamekeeper and his paying guests are allowed on the property and in the hide. (Fortunately it wasn't very expensive, only six euros, and for that we go...

19/07/2008 - 10:23 PM

Close Encounters

conradOf the Third Kind, no less! Not with aliens, though. With horses. Wild horses. Well, semi-wild, officially. (Is that Wildlife category, or Pets/Captive Animals? Will have to decide before I upload. Hmmm. Animals in a reserve. Wild or not???) Anyway, I took my dog on a photo outing tonight. The...

24/06/2008 - 7:27 PM

This is your Wildlife

IanAPhew, what a weekend! Only now getting time to catch my breath... 700 visitors to the Pegwell country Park for the KWT 50th anniversary event and it seemed like most of them stopped to ask questions about digital wildlife photography! The great thing was, most seemed to go away happy with their an...