Bird Watching

This morning I woke up to the electricity going off, my phone was on only 5%, my Mac book 0% and no way of making my much needed morning coffee. I had my tantrum and then weighed up my options, luckily my boyfriends mum had a portiable charger, not enough for my Mac but more than enough for my phone. After spending the morning helping with the ducks, I decided to spend my spare time bird watching after I discovered a nest built amongst Ivy that crawls up the outbuildings walls. At first I thought the birds were Robins but after a second glance, a quick google and reading, ‘A Field Guide to the Birds of the British Isles’ I found the birds to be Wrens. Photos of the nest and chicks (undisturbed) coming soon.

Balmer, E. (2007). A Field Guide to the Birds of the British Isles. Oxford, United Kingdom: Parragon Books Ltd. (Page 180).

Animal Photography

Why I Love Animal Photography

I enjoy taking photo’s of remotely anything and everything, but there is something about capturing a photo of an animal whether it be a pet, wild animal or bug that exhilarates me. I love how natural it is, and the gratification I feel when I capture a good photo. It is even more amazing when it is of a pet as the smiles and enthusiastic response that I get from the owners is both heartwarming and stimulating. Below are a few photographs I have captured of people’s pets over the years.

Photographing my own pets

When I have some free time I like to set up my own little photoshoots of my pets, I currently have two; one rabbit, Ethel and one rescue pup, Taz. Like many of my clients it can be very heartwarming to have high quality photos framed of your current or past pets.