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7 December 2017


A big thank you to Photo Raptors in Spain for the opportunity to photograph the magnificent Spanish Imperial Eagle.  I also spent time shooting vultures.  When this Griffon spotted the camera it could not resist a selfie!

July 2017

Pied Avocet Recurvirostra avosetta Cley Norfolk

It’s wader time here on the Norfolk coast.  The breeding Avocets pictured here are now being joined by passage waders arriving from their Arctic breeding grounds.  This is just the sort of image I love to create, strong graphic lines and very simple.

4 May 2016

Barn Owl, Tyto alba hunting at night North Norfolk May

The Barn Owls here in Norfolk all have chicks now and are busy feeding hungry mouths around the clock.  This image of a bird close to home was photographed close to midnight yesterday.

26 April 2016


I am just back from a very enjoyable week with the boys from Photo-Logistics in Spain.  Photographic highlights included jumping Little Bustards and close encounters with vultures.

14 April 2016


Some nice hare action this morning soon after dawn.  Taken with a Nikon D810, 1.7 x teleconverter and the 400 mm f2.8.

30 March 2016


I’ve spent these last few mornings with a very confiding hare.  Every couple of hours she has a wash as pictured here.

26 October 2015

Goldcrest Regulus regulus migrant North Norfolk October

The recent large influx of Goldcrests has given some great opportunities to photograph them at various coastal localities here in North Norfolk.

2 June 2015

Northern Gannet Sula bassana colony Hermaness Unst Shetland Scotland April

This week I start work on my next book, Seabirds of the World, which will be a photographic celebration similar to Penguins – Close Encounters.  Here are some Gannets taken recently just as the sun sank over the horizon.

20 May 2015


Starting today I have an exhibition running for two weeks at Cley NWT centre.  This is an image featured in the show depicting Starlings on Cley Mill.  This was a pre-roost gathering prior to going to roost in the nearby reed bed.