It’s back to my lockdown hide , aka the patio door and time to spend a few hours in the cold , chilling with our garden squirrel. Talk about back to the future, I wouldn’t have believed you last March if you had said in what’s nearly a year I would still be confined to the garden . Mind you I’m very grateful that I have a garden with wildlife to escape into. The meadow hide is now nearly finished , so we’re just waiting for the end of lockdown to relocate it to the wildflower meadow. In the mean time , here’s a few more images of my chilled out friend………..
Wildlife Wednesday – 27-10-21 At last , a little piece of normality and a welcome return to Wildlife Wednesday at the meadow hide. Today I have my wife Anne in the co-pilots seat. The meadow is now starting to enter a dormant stage , autumn is in full swing and it’s noticeable just how quiet […]
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by Bob Brind-Surch, professional photographer and naturalist . www.naturesphotos.co.uk I’m often asked question should we photograph captive animals or should we, as wildlife photographers, concentrate solely on wildlife photographed in the natural world This is a difficult and highly controversial topic for many reasons. Firstly, many animals we see in “collections” are kept in totally […]