It’s been a long time since I’ve updated the website, although I have occasionally dipped in to make some changes behind the scenes. The primary reason behind the lack of activity is obvious. Coronavirus has restricted the movements of all of us for a long time, and whilst we now enjoy greater freedoms, I’m remaining cautious and am not travelling very far for now. I also recently suffered a rather nasty injury to one of my hands, which has further restricted my abilities to find and photograph wildlife, even locally. Thankfully, soft tissue is healing, but broken bones will require more time.
Anyway, here are a few new additions to the wildlife gallery. All were found and photographed in my home county of Gloucestershire. The Broad-bodied Chaser and the Wood White were both in the Forest of Dean, while the Pearl-bodied Fritillary was in Cirencester. I will do my best not to leave such a large gap between now and the next update!
A further two images have been added to the wildlife gallery this evening. The Asian Openbill Stork was photographed in southern Sri Lanka and I found the Arrow-marked Babbler while taking a short break from driving in Kruger National Park, South Africa. My photography has just about reached a complete ... Read more
Three new images have been added to the wildlife gallery this evening. The most recently photographed was the Puss Moth caterpillar - an incredible looking creature found locally in the Forest of Dean. Next is a Cape Buffalo (or African Buffalo) photographed drinking late at night in South Africa. Finally ... Read more