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Bird photography in Spain: Sandgrouse and rock thrushes A return trip for more bird photography in Spain just a few weeks after our previous trip for Bonelli’s and golden eagle and, though not quite as successful, we got some great species under the belt. I was disappointed to miss out on my target species, Montague’s […]

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Just returned from a short break with the family where I managed to get some Yorkshire Dales landscape photography under the belt. The weather was fairly kind with mixed spells of sunshine and high clouds which made for dramatic skies when converted to black and white. There were lots of curlew and lapwing breeding in […]

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I’ve been reprocessing a few old images including this shot of Black Nab at sunset, Saltwick Bay which I took a couple of years ago. I’d gone up to the coast hoping for a good sunset but the sky remained fairly grey all day and I only had a trace of a sunset. This exposure […]

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Just got back from Estonia where the trip results were the exact opposite of the fabulous three days I had in Greece a couple of weeks ago! The Greek trip resulted in over 5000 images in three days while Estonia resulted in around 20!! The reason for lack of images was the incredible freeze creeping across eastern Europe with […]

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Just got back from 3 days in northern Greece where I’ve been photographing Dalmatian pelicans. The weather was superb for the whole of the three days we were there and the pelicans couldn’t have performed any better. Both the D3 and the D7000 took a beating as I rattled through 5000+ images in two days […]

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Just got back from a family break in France and despite lugging a load of gear over there in the motorhome, I ended up doing rather less photography and drinking rather more wine than I’d intended. I guess I just needed a break as its been manic busy on the commercial photography side of things […]

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