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 GB team celebrate their tie victory, 4. Johanna Konta, 5. The GB team with the ball boys and girls for the day, 6. Johanna Konta, 7 and 8. Katie Boulter, 9. The celebrating team GB with coach Anne Keothavong, 10. the Copperbox crowd.
For this week’s Throwback Thursday – here are some of my pictures from the Eastbourne tennis tournament in June.
Pictures of London are all over the place but here, I wanted to capture some more original views of the capital. These pictures were taken across quite a wide period of time – back when Big Ben had no scaffolding to just a week or so ago.
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 wading through cold water.
Pictures above were taken at Wingham Wildlife Park
on a Nikon D3200
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, captured the action! As regular readers might know I have a huge love affair for Wingham Wildlife Park and I’m so so happy that it’s these pictures which have been featured!
I was lucky enough to get another of my shots in a previous edition of the magazine. This was one of Wingham’s Chimpanzee’s which you can see here.