Poor old Mr Happy, woken up earlier today to have his photo taken for the local newspaper. Whilst he was awake we had a quick photo shoot in the kitchen.
Wildlife and photography go together like strawberries and cream , in my mind anyway . But I have always maintained their has to be an ethical line drawn in the sand so to speak regarding the best interests of the animal and as a wildlife photographer just what or rather how far I would go [...]
The quickest way to clean our hedgehogs cages in the morning is to do both at the same time , so it's off to the play pen ( cardboard box ) for both Grumpy and Happy. Mr Happy likes nothing more than lazing around in a food mixer bowl , waiting for his bed to [...]
The continued adventures Of Jeni , Bill and Millie........ In one of my previous blogs, Watching For Wildlife, I discussed 3 very simple tips that I felt were really beneficial for becoming aware of the wildlife around you on a day to day basis. They weren’t at all profound, they weren’t particularly difficult, and the [...]
My Kit Bag by Peter Hanscomb Cameras Right from the start of my photographic journey my camera of choice has been Canon. At that time and within my budget the best reviews where for Canon's 550d camera . My first taste of a dslr and to be honest I was hooked right from the start. [...]
Words by Peter Hanscomb I love nothing more than getting out into Nature with my camera. Sometimes returning home with a plethora of stunning images ( in my dreams anyway ) and sometimes having not even switched the camera on . For me the main joy is just being out and about immersed in nature. [...]
The continued adventures Of Jeni , Bill and Millie........ Now I’ve already confessed my love for wildlife hides in one of my previous blogs, and although the ones in this blog aren’t set on expansive lochs or surrounded by mountains it doesn’t take away how awesome these ones are. Blashford Lakes is up there in [...]