Monday, 31 March 2014
The Fulmar is a beautiful bird and one that is always great to watch. We have a few breeding pairs along the Purbeck coast but they are not easy to see when they are on the nest. So, I was quite pleased when I stumbled across a cliff view that made it easy to watch a few pairs.
Saturday, 22 March 2014
I don't normally modify my photographs, I prefer to let nature sort out the details for me. That said, every now and again I get asked for something a bit different. This picture is just one of those.
Monday, 17 March 2014
I had a chance last night to spend a little bit of time with a young Fox. He was very curious and, although wary, was happy to play a game of hide and seek. Time spent like this, with a wild animal in its own environment that is happy to share it with you, really is quite incredible,
Saturday, 8 March 2014
I have used the word 'chilly' a few times lately but this morning took 'chilly' to whole new level. The beach at Studland w...
This morning's walk was grey with a wind that whipped up the sea into a churning field of white horses. Skies were grey and what Sun the...
Houns tout is a rocky outcrop high above the sea that sits between Chapman's Pool and the Encombe Bowl. It must be my favourite place an...
Walking along the cliffs in thick fog is different! All the parts that make up a usual wander are changed but not necessarily for the worst...