Category: Nature Photography

  • The Kookaburra

    The Kookaburra

    The Kookaburra takes its name from the Wiradjuri people of Australia who call it “guuguubarra” after the sound it makes.

  • The Sunlit Eagle

    The Sunlit Eagle

    What an impressive bird. It was huge!

  • Falcon Face

    Falcon Face

    This bird of prey was getting so hot on the day I took this shot, that it’s owner was gently washing it with cool water. Surprisingly (to me sr least), the bird seemed to really enjoy it.

  • Two Lambs

    Two Lambs

    Symbolically the lamb represents innocence and sacrifice. This pair don’t look that innocent to me. If anything they look rather guilty. They certainly don’t look like they’re keen to have their photo taken. I think we will end our short burst of black and white images here.

  • The Shepherd of Glencoe

    The Shepherd of Glencoe

    This photo of the Scottish mountain known as Buachaille Etive Mòr, was one of the first photos I took on my very first trip to Scotland (back in 2009!). I found it in the archive, dusted it off, and gave it a fresh edit for this post. I also learned that the very top of…

  • The Dark Tree

    The Dark Tree

    I really enjoy black and white photography, I think the absence of colour allows the image to focus on other things – contrasts between dark and light, textures, composition. This tree, found upon the hill at Burrow Mump was ideally placed against a bright sky.

  • Palm Sky

    Palm Sky

    I found this sharp looking palm tree whilst wandering the streets of Scottsdale, Arizona.

  • Dandelion Dark

    Dandelion Dark

    The humble dandelion can make for an interesting photography subject. I find it’s often best to get down low when trying to capture them.

  • Dry Leaves

    Dry Leaves

    Here’s an abstract nature shot. I do enjoy shooting with a very, very shallow depth of field. It can lead to some interesting, and unexpected results.