Category Archives: Nature photography

Season’s Greetings: Red squirrel in falling snow

It’s that time of year again (it comes round so quickly these days!) so I thought I might post a series of seaonal themed images. Here’s one of a red squirrel in falling snow taken a few years ago on a winter photography trip to Scotland.

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Landscape photography: Skiddaw winter sunset

After the recent problems of my website being hacked through one of the plugins for WordPress, I decided to redesign the site and give it a whole new look and feel. I’m pushing the new design live today and there’s bound to be a few bugs in it still, but hopefully, I will iron these…

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Website problems: I’ve been hacked!

Regular viewers will be noticing all kinds of glitches on the site at the moment. This is because my site was hacked and used as a relay to send 1000s of spam emails and, upon noticing, my host providers took down Wildscenes.com. They helped me out by restoring the conent and recrating the basic WordPress…

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Brown Hairstreak at Chambers Farm Woods

  Today we headed down to Lincolnshire for brown hairstreak at Chambers Farm Woods, a well known site for this scarce butterfly and probably the closest site to me. The wind was a constant nuisance throughout the day making macro photography a particular challenge but in the end, we did find a couple of brown…

Bird Photography on Texel (Part 5)

This is probably the final post from my recent combined family holiday and  bird photography on Texel and so I thought I share a few images of the beautiful bluethroat and some of the landscapes of the island. The bluethroats are found in the dunes down on the SW corner of the island, but the…

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