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I’ve been away for a few days with a couple of friends to photograph firecrest in Wiltshire. I’m not sure what the breeding status of this beautiful bird is in Yorkshire, but down in Wiltshire they seemd to be almost abundant! The woodland edges around Longleat were ringing with the sound of these colourful, but […]

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Yorkshire east coast bird photography The spring sunshine lured me out for some Yorkshire east coast bird photography today, although the sun was a bit later in showing than I had hoped for. The day began with a visit to the wintering Mediterranean gulls which I’d hoped would be in full summer plumage by now […]

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Red grouse photography on the moors After finishing a commercial job in Pately Bridge, I decided to drive home across the moorland from Pately Bridge to Ripon in order to photograph red grouse. I had packed the D500 and 200-500mm Nikkor as I’d a good idea that I might take this route home, so with […]

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Flight photography with Nikon 200-500 VR With regular reports of bittern being seen at Carlton Marsh near Barnsley, I thought I’d chance it to see if it would put in an appearance for ne. However, as I suspected, there was no sign of this elusive bird, but I did manage a few cormorant flight shots […]

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I really enjoy macro photography so when an opportunity like this angle shades comes along, it gives me a great excuse for breaking off from the commercial edits to take a few shots. I was just stepping into the house when I noticed this angle shades roosting on the garden wall. He was quite out […]

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