Dec 032018
 

I’ve recently spent a few mornings with the cameras at one of my local patches. You don’t always have to travel vast distances to take your photographs. When wildlife is on your doorstep, take advantage of it. Light plays a major part at this particular site and one needs to get in the right position to take advantage of it. 

Black-headed Gull– adults in winter plumage – Tony Davison©

Coot – Above 3 images – Tony Davison©

Shoveler – female – Tony Davison©

Great Crested Grebe – adult in winter plumage – Tony Davison©

Mallard – above 3 images – Tony Davison©

Mute Swan – adult – Looking after 6 juveniles from the recent breeding season  – Tony Davison©

Mute Swan – above 2 images – 2 of the 5 juveniles – Tony Davison©

Tufted Duck – above 7 images – This inquisitive and very obliging drake kept checking me out and allowed for some close up pictures – Tony Davison©

 

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