Monday, 4 May 2015

Latest update !!

Its been a busy couple of months with the camera, so this will be a bit of a mixed up post to summarise some of what I have been up to.

As in the previous post I have been concentrating on Brown Hares recently having found a new site that has good numbers of Hares, here are a few of my latest images.






The next set of photographs were taken at RSPB Bempton Cliffs, my first visit to this great reserve on the East coast, at this time of year all the sea birds are returning to breed on the cliffs, and one of the highlights are the Gannets that breed on the cliffs in great numbers.











moving on from the Gannets, last week we ttravelled down to mid wales to photograph one of my favourite Birds of Prey, Red Kites.










this year I am keenly watching a pair of Mute Swans who lost all their cygnets last Spring, the female is sitting again, can't wait to hopefully see her successful raise her young this year..


right up to date now.... this morning I finally managed to photograph a bird I have struggled to get in front of the camera.... taken just after sun rise this morning a beautiful little Treecreeper


thanks for looking in....until next time


  1. Excellent update Gary, the Brown Hares are a treat. Great stuff and looking forward to your next.

    Kind Regards.

  2. The Gannets at Bempton are fabulous.

  3. Gary. What a fabulous series of images..All wonderful but especially the Bempton gannets.Well worth the trip to the East Coast.

  4. Superb photography,love the Gannet captures.

  5. Just stumbled across your blog whilst searching for information on the Kingfisher Pool at Martin Mere. Great blog, super photos Gary.


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