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I’ve been enjoying the macro photography of late and decided I need to get out with the camera again to see what i could find. A quick walk around Askham Bog revealed a few butterflies and insects to photograph as well as a few wild plants such as the beautiful water violet but, on the […]

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Bird photography in Hungary   With around 50 species under the belt, a week’s bird photography in Hungary just wasn’t enough time to enjoy the spectacular environs of Hortobagy National Park. This was my first trip to Hungary and I wasn’t disappointed even though the weather was against us! Over the course of 6 day’s […]

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Wild flower photography: Sweet violets and dandelions I went out into the woods today to do some wild flower photography, mainly looking to shoot some wood anemone but they weren’t about in the woodland I chose. However, there were great carpets of sweet violets and fields of dandelions on the approach to the woods, so […]

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Yorkshire bird photographer: Willow warbler The good thing about being a Yorkshire bird photographer just now is that there are a lot of migrants piling in just now with the warm spring weather and all of them are desperate to set up a territory and find a mate. This is the perfect time to have […]

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I came across this adult hawthorn shield bug (Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale) in the garden today and it proved to be a good subject for a bit of macro photography. I really enjoy photographing objects in close-up detail because it gives a completely different view, but insects simply are some of the best subjects for close-up  work as […]

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