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Herne Bay Clocktower

I took a series of photos of the clocktower on the seafront at Herne Bay over a period of several months in 2014-15. When I started it was…

Blue Tit at the Feeder

I have no shortage of blue tit shots as they’re regular visitors to our garden, and we usually get them breeding in a nesting box in the bottom…

Brimstone

Brimstone butterfly, feeding. It’s a challenge to get a decent close-up butterfly shot because they flit around so quickly. This one moved rapidly from flower to flower while…

Flyover

The underside of the Marylebone Road flyover as it crosses Edgware Road, taken early one morning, with ‘Boris’s Bikes’ lined up to the right. I like the curves…

Ranworth Reflections

Taken on a visit to Ranworth Broad in Norfolk, the conditions presented some lovely reflections on the water, enhancing what would otherwise be a rather ordinary shot. Details:…

Barnes Wallis

This statue of Barnes Wallis, the inventor of the bouncing bomb used to destroy German dams in WWII, stands on Herne Bay sea front where trials of the…

Dandelion Clock

This photo of a dandelion clock is not a particularly original shot, it’s something that’s been done many times before; I’ve taken many similar shots in the past…

Starving Starling

A baby starling demands food from a parent. A busy time of year for the parents. Of all the shots I took of the starlings that day, this…

Egyptian Goose

The Egyptian Goose is a beautiful bird, strikingly coloured. Although I took several shots of the bird, it’s this close-up view of the bird’s eye that I am…

Ducks

Ducks, Whitlingham Country Park, Norwich. The beautiful colours make this shot. Beyond that, no great effort required. I often zoom right in to get close to the subject,…

Swan

A fairly classic swan shot, enhanced by the reflection, and I like the way the colours work in this shot, the darker blue, the brighter white, and the…

Preening

A Canada Goose, preening, from a recent visit to Whitlingham Country Park, Norwich. Again, I tried to be a little more creative while cropping the original and like…