Another Wednesday in the lockdown hide , ok in reality that’s my back garden. Up early again to try and photograph the early bird , however I’m not the only early riser. My next door neighbour has also set his alarm , not to photograph his garden wildlife however but to demolish his garden patio. I think it goes without saying a sledgehammer on concrete slabs doesn’t lead to a great day photographing wildlife. Loud as the garden renovations over the fence might be , they are no match for my trusty Bose noice cancelling headphones ( over makes are available ) and at least the pigeons and blackbirds haven’t been scared off by the constant noice. One of the pigeons even managed a little meditation, must have been watching the squirrel !
Here is a fantastic little video about Andrew Budziak who spends his nights photographing the animals of Toronto, Canada. Taking hundreds of hours to capture one photo, his work requires a tonne of persistence. see the video here
This must be a new fox , he seems totally confused and a little unsure. What is this strange automated brush thing ?
Nature News 1st December 2021 Wood wide web A science mission is set to explore one of the final frontiers of untapped knowledge on the planet – the fungal networks in the soil beneath us. Fungi form an underground network of connections with plant roots, helping to recycle nutrients and to lock up planet-warming CO2 […]