Jason Dale Photography

Hi. I’m Jason.
I love to photograph wildlife.landscapes.sunsets.action.pets.lego!!

Latest Blog Posts

Welcome to my photography gallery and blog. This site has had a number of incarnations over the years – including the award winning affiliate blog, One Little Duck – but now it’s the home of my photography. Here you’ll find a mix of my favourite shots including sunsets, landscapes, action and more. I especially enjoy wildlife photography and you’ll find images from my travels to places such as South Africa, Alaska, Camargue and Greece. I also love macro photography, especially when it involves Lego and water drops. You’ll find some of my efforts within these pages too.

Red Foxes Of Zandvoort

Over the last few years I’ve done a number of wildlife photography trips mostly with the same company. For the most part they’ve been good and without any issues. However the last two trips I did with the company were not so great and therefore…

Faceless Portraits Using Rimlights

For 2020 Llanelli Photographic Society are running a series of monthly challenges. At the start of each month we receive four subjects and the challenge is to produce a photo during the month that fits each theme. This approach is much easier than a weekly…

Richmond Park Deer Rut

Back in 2016 I attended a two day Deer Rut photography trip. It was most certainly one of the most eventful of trips! Firstly it bucketed down for most of the trip and my camera died after getting drenched. I also ended up following the…

White Horses Of Camargue

Ever since I first saw a picture of the White Horses Of Camargue I knew I wanted to photograph them. What I didn’t quite prepare myself for was how you photograph these wonderful animals. Just over 12 months ago I found myself stood in a…

Snow At Rhossili 2019

Snow finally hit South Wales on the 1st February and it’s law that you must go out with a camera. Now I’m not hardcore like those who camped out on Pen-y-Fan or who trudge miles through the snow. Instead it’s a nice warm car and…

Why Do You Photograph Lego?

Ok so it’s been a while since I blogged. I had hoped to be a lot more prolific in 2018 and was full of intent to get back in the swing of things as 2019 started. Anyway, the plan is to get writing and uploading…