I’m still trapped in the house by the weather so I’m revisiting old files. Avocets this time…
Few birds will get a photographer’s pulse racing like Waxwings. The reason is simple. They are gorgeous! Scandinavian visitors, they appear sporadically in the UK and demolish out berry crops. And long may they do so! (Sadly these were not taken recently)
I’ve been reprocessing some of my old and recent photos. I’m going to carry on with this, one bird at a time, Kingfishers first…
I’ve been out and about again, taking more images for my college course.
I’m back in college again. This term it’s “Portfolio Building” . I’m not yet entirely sure what that means but I thought I’d pick something new again so I’ve had a go at some derelict buildings this time.
Llyn Cregennan, Dolgellau
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If you have a hobby which involves things which are out of your control then you will probably have a special memory of a special day tucked away somewhere.
I’ve been re-processing some old photos and I came across some that I’d taken back in 2011 at the RSPB reserve in Conwy. It was just such a magical moment. Just me and a family of Stoats who were playing around a rocky area which they were calling home. The light was good and the Stoats went about their business as if I wasn’t there, approaching me so closely at times that the camera wouldn’t focus. Reprocessing these shots put me back in that moment. I’ll never forget it, or them. (Click on any image for a larger view)
Just a quick stroll around Conwy tonight. Target? Night shots of the pubs…
I shocked myself today. I actually asked a couple of complete strangers if I could take their photos. Very brave for me! The rest were just grabbed candids.
Strangely, this is a time warp post. The photos here were taken by me, some taken some time ago. Consider these as stock photos for consideration for inclusion in coursework.