Urban fox out and about in Central London, UK

Urban Fox in Horseguards Parade during the day

Today, I was waiting to meet some of the photographers that are part of the Cafe Art Photography Mentoring group which I co-ordinate for the Royal Photographic Society and all of a sudden an urban fox appeared with a dead goose in its mouth.  I have seen foxes on the street in London before but […]

Back from the Arctic …

I have been home from my big arctic expedition and had an amazing time! It was very strange being somewhere that was light 24 hours per day … it never got dark at all which sort of plays with your mind a bit. Most of the time we were based on a ship called the […]

Wildlife & Wetlands images …

The spring weather has arrived and I have been about to enjoy some beautiful sunshine this weekend. Visiting both the London centre in Barnes and the original centre in Slimbridge, Gloucestershire, of the Wildlife & Wetlands Trust, I was able to test out my new Tamron 150-600mm lens with the new Calumet Gimbal head. Overall, […]

Testing my new Tamron 150-600mm lens

In preparation for my trip to Svalbard in June, I have been looking at longer telephoto lenses so I can capture some good images of the wildlife. After all, I don’t plan getting too close to the polar bears … they are beautiful animals but can be dangerous and it is their environment. The obvious […]

Winter in Richmond Park

This morning I headed out early for a photo walk in Richmond Park located in South West London. It is the largest of the London Royal Parks and was created by Charles I in 1634 as a deer park. Today, there are over 600 red and fallow deer as well as a large population of […]

Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year

This morning I finally managed to get to the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 exhibition at the Natural History Museum. It is well worth the trip to see some stunning photographs but you will have to be quick as the exhibition only runs until 11th March 2012. For once, I finally agree […]