From the Tyne bridge in Newcastle. This is a unique inland colony of Kittiwakes, who take advantage of every available nesting site on and around the Tyne bridge and Baltic Mill. Manages to grab a couple of shots with my phone whilst the youngster below was being sheltered by the parent.
Having been tipped off by my daughter that there was a foal and it’s mother fairly close to home, I though I’d nip out and take a look. Sure enough, a foal! Now that I’d found the foal, I waited for ‘interesting’ stuff to happen. Sure enough, after a while,
This image of a wild otter, was taken on the Isle of Mull in October 2008. There were at least 3 otters feeding at the head of a sea loch at around mid-day, feasting on butterfish. Carefully following their progress across seaweed strewn rocks (*not so carefully), I encountered this adult
Photography. Fascinating. No matter what our photographic interest is, no matter how long we have taken to set-up the shot, wait for the subject, analyse the scene, make a decision about the light; once the shutter is pressed, the moment is captured. It’s a static representation of a moment in