Bees are vital pollinators, without whom many of the plants we grow for food would die out. What did this image teach me? That there a many photos in my archive that have long been overlooked, and in this time[…]
There’s something fascinating and poetic about flowers, I think. Some of Mother Nature’s finest work. What did this image teach me? If I were told that from now on all I could photograph was flowers, I would probably be ok[…]
Here’s one of Mother Nature’s interesting designs… What did this image teach me? I really like sepia tones.
Dalmatian Pelican’s are large water birds with large sack-like bills and piercing pale eyes. What did this image teach me? That it’s entirely possible to be intimidated by a pelican – I mean, look at that eye!
This is one from the archives, posted online for the first time. I haven’t travelled very far in recent days, so going back through older photos is a treat. What did this image teach me? It’s an onion!
This is the Baboon equivalent of a spa-day… What did this image teach me? Sometimes its very easy to fall into the trap of anthropomorphising animals, imbuing them with some kind of human emotion, understanding, or perspective – but when[…]
Following on from my reasonably recent Cheetah photo, here is another shot of this fantastic feline… What did this image teach me? That I still like black and white portraits of animals, and cheetah’s make for good subjects.
Here’s a couple of seagull shots, taken on a recent visit to Brixham. What did this image teach me? Whilst gulls are not perhaps the friendliest of birds, they can still make for interesting photography subjects. The bird in these[…]
This fantastic green peafowl (peacock) seems to be quite happy living life with just a single eye (which, obviously, you can’t see in this shot). What did this image teach me? Whilst I have recently learned that there are such[…]
This bird was all puffed up and looking rather serious. Whilst I found this one at Paignton Zoo, they generally live in Africa. What did this image teach me? There are something like 175 different species of pigeon known to[…]