The Fed Cup | #ThrowbackThursday

For this week, I’ve put together some of the pictures I took at April’s Fed Cup. Held at the Copperbox arena in London, the GB tennis team battled to victory against Kazakhstan for a place in tennis’ World Group. Pictures above (clockwise): 1. The GB bench cheer on the team, 2 and 3. The GBContinue reading “The Fed Cup | #ThrowbackThursday”

Flamingos | Wingham Wildlife Park

Flamingos are amazing creatures native to  the Americas. Their name comes from the Portuguese or Spanish – flamengo meaning ‘flame coloured”.  Usually, they’re seen standing on one leg. We don’t really know why this is, but one of the most common theories is it’s to conserve body heat as they spend a lot of their day wadingContinue reading “Flamingos | Wingham Wildlife Park”

Tigers | Practical Photography Magazine

I am super excited to announce that this months edition of the Practical Photography magazine contains another of my photos! This picture features in a special edition of their regular ’10 Clicks’ section on young photographers. I took this one at Wingham Wildlife Park in Kent. I love getting images like this which have, literally,Continue reading “Tigers | Practical Photography Magazine”

Rushmoor Country Park and Falconry Centre | Photography

The Peak District was our destination of choice over the summer of 2018. We were lucky enough to visit Rushmoor Country Park and Falconry Centre on the trip. These are some of the shots I took while we were there. They’ve got a great selection of animals, from rabbits to donkeys, sheep and various birdsContinue reading “Rushmoor Country Park and Falconry Centre | Photography”

Chimps! | Practical Photography Magazine

This month’s Practical Photography magazine has an unexpected addition! I made it into the Practical Photography magazine! This picture features in their ’10 Clicks’ section. This particular picture was taken at Wingham Wildlife Park in Kent – I can spend hours taking pictures at zoos, particularly of these Chimps!

Grey Seals – a Great British Wildlife Encounter

Over our summer holiday we took a bit of a trek from our campsite. On the other side of our campsite in Lincolnshire is a nature reserve. Every winter thousands and thousands of seals flock there to mate and essentially create a home for the winter months. We had no idea whether or not theContinue reading “Grey Seals – a Great British Wildlife Encounter”