Posts Tagged Wildlife

Do You Still Do Wildlife Photography?

One of the questions I’m often asked by people who follow me on social media is do I still do wildlife photography. Pre-covid I was lucky enough to go on trips where I could photograph pelicans, puffins, bears, white horses and even humpback whales. Obviously all these involved some element of travel and covid restrictions… Read More

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 this one, Red Foxes Of The Netherlands, was to be… Read More

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 wrong person in a car convoy which was fun. However,… Read More

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 French bog, wearing waders, about a foot deep in water,… Read More

Badger Watching At Dinefwr

Did you know you could go badger watching at Dinefwr near Llandeilo? No nor did I! I always thought that badgers came out at night and that it’d be too dark to photograph them but again that’s not the case. During the summer you can visit a special hide to watch the badgers in action…. Read More

Skomer Puffins

Back in July I finally made it to Skomer Island to take some photos of Puffins. I decided that to make the most of my time on the island I’d go with a professional so booked a day with Drew Buckley. Originally we’d planned to go in June but a mixture of bad weather and… Read More