Dungeness Kent

Visit to Dungeness 1st July 2019.   “Dungeness, a strange land of extremes, one of the most valuable and yet vulnerable nature conservation sites in Great Britain” Firth, 1984   I was advised that I would enjoy Dungeness for its photographic opportunities...
Stortons Gravel Pits

Stortons Gravel Pits

Blue Tit Juvenile Stortons GP is somewhere I visit regularly ( it is close to where I live at the moment). It is an odd collection of spaces and wildlife habitat. It is a shame that the car park area at Sixfields is used by various groups to meet, drink, eat and in...
Lanzarote Canaries

Lanzarote Canaries

Lanzarote, is one of the canary Islands off the coast of Africa. Close enough for the Sahara sand to blow to the islands in huge amounts.  It is largely volcanic and in relative terms has has recent eruptions . The greatest recorded eruptions occurred between 1730 and...

Osprey at Ravensthorpe

Ravensthorpe Reservoir is somewhere I visit at least once a week. It is a nice walk with lots of wildlife to see and hear. If you are lucky you may spot otters, foxes, and a variety of birds some fairly rare.   On this day (8th May 2019) it was very grey, stormy...
Rutland Water

Rutland Water

Reed Bunting Rutland Water – Rutland   Visit to the Egelton Bird Watching Centre on 24th April 2019   https://www.rutlandwater.org.uk/   Rutland Water is BIG! Not something you do in a day, however more importantly it is somewhere you may visit...
Nikon D7200 – New Camera!

Nikon D7200 – New Camera!

On Saturday 16th March 2019 I purchased a new camera body, a Nikon D7200 replacing my old faithful Nikon D80. I had deliberated for some time but my growing feeling of loosing out finally came to a head. I had noticed for some time that certain images posted on Flickr...