I am currently making a 6 minute film for the Norfolk Wildlife Trust on a year at Cley. Last night I was out in a spectacular storm to try and capture footage of lightening over the marshes. Here is a still shot at around 1am as the rain teemed down and lightening illuminated Arnold’s Marsh. You can see the glow from Holt on the left hand side of the frame. Taken on a Nikon D4 with a 30 sec exposure at f2.8 and ISO of 3200 at 14 mm.
There are few better places in Britain to photograph Gannets than Shetland. This image of an adult with nest material was taken below the cliffs of Noss during our Shetland Nature photo tour last month.
I photographed this Arctic Tern hovering along the shore at Long Nanny in Northumberland last week. The sun had set and with the colours drained from the seascape decided it might make a decent black and white image.