Wildlife & Nature Photography

The Most Important Assets That Mankind Should Protect

Many opportunities to witness animals & bird life at first hand have left their mark on my life so that today I use every chance to capture all aspects of wildlife & other topics of natural beauty including cloud formations, mountainscapes, flora & fauna as well as the odd waterfall here & there to name but a few.

Cloudscapes

Clouds have a bad image as a cause of bad weather and blocking out the suns warmth but where would we be without the water from our fluffy friends?

The idea behind Recent Work is to continually update you on the imagery that I am working on or have uploaded in recent weeks in one easily accessible spot.

 

 

Desertscapes

About 46,000 square miles (75,000 square kilometers) of arable land turn to desert every year due to climate change and practices such as forest clear-cutting.

Pic(k) of the week as the name suggests is an opportunity for me to share an image that I particularly favour from my now quite substantial portfolio.

Snowscapes

Fantastic light, clouds, dramatic rock formations & lots of that cold white stuff make for exhilarating, jaw dropping snowscapes.

The idea behind Recent Work is to continually update you on the imagery that I am working on or have uploaded in recent weeks in one easily accessible spot.

 

 

Waterscapes

Water can be as serene as a lake but can also be wild and destructive like a storm at sea.

Pic(k) of the week as the name suggests is an opportunity for me to share an image that I particularly favour from my now quite substantial portfolio.

Flora & Fauna

Trees with & golden leaves & bringing us & towards the winter months or the first Crocuses and Tulips communicate the end of & winter raising our mood at the thought of warmer times ahead.

The idea behind Recent Work is to continually update you on the imagery that I am working on or have uploaded in recent weeks in one easily accessible spot.

 

 

Colours Of Autumn

The bold colour transformation of the foliage from succulent greens to warm yellows, oranges and reds makes Autumn a highlight on my photography calendar.

Pic(k) of the week as the name suggests is an opportunity for me to share an image that I particularly favour from my now quite substantial portfolio.

Feathered Friends

Birds don’t always do that what we photographers expect of them, but that’s part of the fun, nothing is guaranteed.

The idea behind Recent Work is to continually update you on the imagery that I am working on or have uploaded in recent weeks in one easily accessible spot.

 

 

Furry Friends

Animals are the better humans, a phrase that does have an element of truth in its content I would say.

Pic(k) of the week as the name suggests is an opportunity for me to share an image that I particularly favour from my now quite substantial portfolio.

Squirrels

The beautiful big, dark round eyes, the fluffy tufts of hair standing up over the ears, the brush for a tail. I just had to devote an extra gallery for these guys.

The idea behind Recent Work is to continually update you on the imagery that I am working on or have uploaded in recent weeks in one easily accessible spot.

 

 

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Did You Know?

The largest salt lake in the world is located in southwestern Bolivia. The 12,000 square kilometer area of the Salar de Uyuni extends over the Altiplano plateau in the Andes, at an altitude of 3,650 meters. Experts estimate that about ten billion tons of salt make up the lake in which as good as no life is possible. About 25,000 tons of salt are mined per year.

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