Friday, 29 July 2011


A few images of the large Skipper Butterfly taken at Newton Marsh, Fairhaven sand dunes and Cottam Brick Works soon to become another Tesco what a shame.

Sunday, 24 July 2011


A sequence of Barn Owl images in hunting mode and carring prey.I just wish that the Barn Owl carring the shrew had been a bit closer to my camera,even so I thought it was worth posting the images because of the composition.

Friday, 22 July 2011

Swallows at Newton Marsh.

On an  overcast and windy afternoon at Newton Marsh parked between all the dustbin wagons with the nose of the car stuck halfway across the road and getting funny looks from the drivers. I managed to get a few images of this swallow family.I'm very pleased with the results of my efforts and it just goes to show the unexpected is sometimes the best.


This young Blackbird has learnt very quickly how to eat my cherries,no cherry pie or cherry jam for me this year but never mind. This was great to see and photograph,note image three with with all the juice of the cherry spraying about as the Blackbird shakes the cherry to dislodge it from its stalk.

Saturday, 16 July 2011

A Bit of a Change.

From the Peregrine Falcons,Commom Terns, and Barn Owl images of late.Sandmartin,Corn Bunting,Whitethroat and Linnet taken at Newton Marsh,while the Little Ringed Plover and Greenshank where taken at Grimsargh Reservoirs.

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Blurred Background Barn Owls.

Carrying on the sequence of Barn Owl images a few more of my better images are shown below in early morning light with a blurred background. I hope to carry on the sequence soon showing the Barn Owl in hunting mode and carring prey.I hope you enjoy looking at these images as much as I did watching and photographing these wonderful birds.

Sunday, 10 July 2011

Blue Background Barn Owls.

I can't resist going back to photograph these wonderful birds,and I have posted a few of my better images of them in early morning blue sky. I hope you like them as much as I did watching and photographing them.

Thursday, 7 July 2011


Those Commom Terns are providing great views down at Preston Dock.It's very hard to get the eye contact when trying to photograph these birds in flight due to there black head. After taking hunderds of images I'am posting a few of  my better efforts which are shown below.

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