Recently my family has become interested in geocaching. This is a hobby that involves a lot of walking in different places and therefore a lot of photo opportunities for me :). Yesterday, me my mum, step dad and girlfriend went to try and find some caches in Arundel. The flooding there was very bad but a good day was had by all. As we were nearing the finish of our trip i cam across this Mute Swan swimming down what is usually a footpath, towards me. Once it reached the shallower parts of the path it stood up and stretched its wings allowing me to take this shot :).
Monday, 30 December 2013
Friday, 20 December 2013
Taken in march, 2012 this was one of the first photographs i took with my Eos 1100D. This was taken at a lovely quiet woodland in west sussex near to where i live.
Exposure: 1/100 sec
ISO speed: 100
Focal length: 49 mm
Wednesday, 11 December 2013
I am lucky enough to attend sparsholt agricultural college which has some fantastic facilities. One of its most well appreciated assets are its herd of Sika Deer ( Cervus Nippon). They have had a herd of deer there for educational purposes for years, they are well looked after and well managed. You can usually get a half decent sighting across their enclosure to see them but this day they were a little closer than usual so i took the chance and got out my camera. So as not to waste time i used the automatic mode and this was the result :).
Wednesday, 4 December 2013
I took this photo when on a field trip to studland bay near Bournemouth. Me and one of my tutors found ourselves in competition for a photo of this swallow taking off, one of the last to migrate from brittain that year. I am yet to see his photo.