January has been a bit of a wet start to the year, but a good chance to brush up on some macro photography technique. This was taken with a Laowa 25mm f/2.8 5X macro lens which is fully manual to use but has incredible magnification and detail. Depth of field at this...
Well an icy, if not happy new year, and an early walk into the woods to capture some macro shots of the ice.
A pair of cormorants soaking up the morning sun.
I was actually driving somehwere else for a bit of photography, when I passed this scene and quickly pulled over and legged it down the road before the light vanished.
Most people see crows as a menace in the garden, but I like them. They always have a villainous look about them and somehow seem more intelligent than the other birds. They don't gorge at the feeders and make a mess either, they just seem to take what they need and...
The decline of insects in Autumn have brought the Great Spotted Woodpecker back to the feeders.
A wet and misty day on Dartmoor. Perfect to get lost in Yarner Woods.
After putting it off for 2 years I've finally made the change to mirrorless after hearing good stuff about the recent firmware updates from Nikon. I wanted to give the Nikon Z6 autofocus system a good test on fast moving subjects so thought birds in flight would be a...
Not my best insect photo but I did like the out of focus colours.
Not as good looking as it's Red cousin but full of character.
Usually I'm desperately trying to get close to these birds without spooking them but on this occasion it found us!
Even though these Roe Deer live local to me I've only seen them on a few occasions. Always a lovely sight!
I spent a couple hours trying to photograph baby rabbits without much luck, but this curious bird was foraging around in front of me.