Iceland gull at Bowness on Windermere

I’ve just got back from a weekend in the Lake District where we were based at Bowness-on-Windemere, a small town on the edge of England’s largest lake – Lake Windemere. Each day I would visit the small beach area near the main jetty where the tourists boats set off on their trips around the lake….

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Fieldfare in a York Garden

Today I got a call from my photo buddy to say that he had a bomb-proof fieldfare feeding on apples in his garden. We’d been on the phone yesterday chatting about fieldfare and, after having seen a few in the area, Ian had put out some apples. While we were actually talking on the phone,…

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The beast from the east – Winter hits Wakefield

Winter has well and truly arrived with the so called ‘Beast from the East’ weather front blasting in sub-zero temperatures and heavy snow directly from Siberia. I decided to take a break from the commercial photography and head out locally to see what i could do in terms of landscape and wildlife in the snow….

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Season’s Greetings: Red Grouse in a snow flurry

Another in the season’s greetings selection of images, this time a red grouse in a snow flurry on the North York Moors. I took this a few years ago and when I left my house, it was quite bright and sunny. However, by the time I reached my favourite grouse shooting spot near Masham, it…

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