9th May 2019

Legacy Lenses

Legacy Lenses A few months ago, I found a grubby old manual focus 50mm lens for £3. I was looking for a replacement legacy lens to demonstrate apertures on the […]
22nd April 2018

Zen and the Art of Wildlife Photography

I find photography Zen-like. Concentrating on the subject, composing the shot and making fine adjustments to the settings is totally absorbing. It distracts me from the troubles of the world. […]
9th June 2017

Be Gone

Run off my feet for the last few weeks, so I haven’t had much of a chance to blog. I did spend half and hour in the garden watching the […]
16th August 2016

Grey Heron

When I was at junior school I went on a science field trip and the teacher was complaining about grey herons. “Apart from humans,” he said, “grey heron are the […]
1st July 2016

Fisherman’s Friend

  This common tern was having the greater success. It uses the railing as a perch to look for fish, saving it the energy other terns were using to fly […]
10th May 2016

Diving Eider

Eider dive for molluscs. They swallow mussels whole and break the shells in their gizzards. Please don’t feed them chips or bread, which can harm them and make their eggshells […]
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