Turnstone wader with damaged legged
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Something that is marvelous to watch in Brixham are the numerous "bold as brass" Turnstones. In Summer with their striking livery or as now with their Winter coats. These little birds will wander around and under the feet of many of the locals or tourists that come to Brixham.

On my first walk ...

Cheetah on the move
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Classification: Natural Location: Namibia

This seems to be a lot of people's favourite images I've taken. A Cheetah just on the move with energy and power. The lovely thing with this image is that it captures and stops the motion. I've seen a lot of images w here the Cheetah is blurred to give a greater ...

Heron Flying
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Classification: Natural Location: Doxey Marsh, Staffordshire

Not the best shot in the world, but one I quite like because of the bird, and the time of day. Doxey Marsh can be found on the outskirts of Stafford. A town I used to live in. It has a main train line running through it, the M6 running through ...

Robin on a post
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Classification: Art House Location: Chester Zoo - Ape facility!

I've always had a thing for Colour Popping images. Sometimes, very bluntly, and other times, like this image, more subtley. This is the reason why its an Art House image, due to the monochrome background. The use of colour popping does divide ...

Capped Wheatear - Namibia
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Classification: Art House Location: Sossusvlei, Namibia

Another Art House image (only because of the border). This is a Capped Wheatear taking off!

Here's the situation, I'm in a jeep with my guide and we are driving through 30 degree temperatures towards the centre of Sossusvlei. He's more of ...

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