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February 26, 2020

The ponds are suddenly full of noise and colour, with the frenetic males grabbing every passing female in a firm embrace, sometimes forming a rolling, tumbling mass of pulsating froggy flesh, as the battle to pass genes onto the next generation boils over.

January 3, 2020

These beautiful raptors generate a slightly obsessive response in birders and wildlife photographers alike. I think it's probably their golden yellow eyes that seem to fix you with a stare, which must be terrifying from a Vole's perspective as it is thrilling f...

November 1, 2019

So ... whether you are already a keen wildlife photography enthusiast, a relative beginner looking to learn how to take that corking 'professional' shot, or even an absolute beginner with no camera kit, but would love the have a go with my equipment, then this...

October 16, 2019

It was fascinating to feel that visceral human 'flight or flight' response kick in and flood your body with adrenaline when you are awoken in the depths of the night by Lions brushing against your tent, or Elephants pushing whole trees over in search of their &...

June 15, 2019

The story of an extraordinary WILDlife photography experience, watching Ospreys at Horn Mill Trout Farm, near Rutland Water

May 4, 2019

Click here to download the eBook

This is my third book capturing a years experience of engaging with WILDlife at home and in far flung corners of the world.

You are welcome to use the link at the top of this post, to access the Blurb website which is home to the eBook an...

April 6, 2019

Ian and Del managed to get some unbelievable shots, with close up views of this little master at work, set in a beautiful open pond, with water lilies starting to open in the background.

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