Bushy Park , London . looks like this years mayhem ( the rutting season ) has already calmed down. Not much action going on and a lot of tired looking Stags.
Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSMS S As a wildlife photographer at sometime or another we are all going to need a long zoom lens to fully capture that one shot , so what happens if you don't have £ 9,000 pounds available for a 500mm L series lens, or your shooting with one body … Continue reading Kit Bag – Sigma 150-600mm Sport
Well , if any one out there can remember reading my very first blog , one that's now been long deleted, you might remember this blog started as a personal struggle with modern technology for me. This blog began by chance, in reality as a byproduct of a circumstance beyond my control and during a … Continue reading 50,000 Reasons………
Name. Jo Angell Location. Milton Keynes, Buckingham , UK Age. 38 Jo , the winner of our first photography competition gives us the lowdown on her favourite three photos , location and her choice of camera. Hello … Continue reading Wild online Friends – Jo Angell
Be Prepared by Bob Brind-Surch, professional photographer and naturalist . http://www.naturesphotos.co.uk I was asked a very interesting and thought provoking question at a camera club where I gave a talk. “What do you do” the questioner asked “to ensure that your camera is always ready for action”. I stumbled for a moment and repeated a … Continue reading Bob’s Blog – Be Prepared
National Badger Day - Friday 6th October 2017 This Friday it's National Badger Day , a chance for all involved in Badger conservation and protection to celebrate this wonderful British mammal . For more information about how you can help , get involved or just learn a little bit more about the Badger visit the … Continue reading News – National Badger Day
So I am up early, very early for any day of the week, but this is Sunday. Off to Bushy Park for the first time this year to grab a few pictures of the start of the Rut. A good drive with very little traffic ( did I mention it was very early ) and … Continue reading Why Photo Bomb ?