A wonderful first visit to RSPB Troup Head to see the gannets and fulmars.
A rare trip South of the Border rewarded me with wonderful encounters with little owls, kingfishers and a confiding snipe.
Photographing birds in my back garden has proved a challenge, but with a little perseverance and the help of my neighbour’s cherry tree I’ve been able to take a few images I’m pleased with.
A day spent in Alan McFadyen’s Scottish Photography sparrowhawk hide in the company of sparrowhawks, jays, red squirrels, brambling and great spotted woodpeckers.
My aspiration when it comes to wildlife photography is to stick to a few species and spend as much time as is possible watching them – not only is this a joy to do but hopefully it will lead to more interesting images.
They may be busy, but there’s some wonderful wildlife to see on The Farne Islands including puffins, guillemots, fulmars and razorbills.
Mountain hares, otters, puffins, water voles and gannets – photographic highlights from the first half of 2017.
I had the experience of a life-time in June when I had the opportunity to spend time on the Bass Rock amongst the nesting gannets.