I’m finally getting around to writing this after an early start (5 am) to pick someone up from the airport. I like that time of the day. The roads are quiet, you get to the airport fairly quickly (50 minutes) and can usually find a parking spot near the terminal building). The downside is by the time you start to travel back rush hour is starting and the roads are so much busier.
Right, this weeks challenge. I thought long and hard about this. I didn’t think I had any photographs of dancers so my interpretation this week is a bit loose to say the least. But here we go….
It’s just a shame this Flamingo isn’t facing me but you can’t have it right every time. That’s just the way it is in photography. In an ideal world I’d walk up to the Flamingo, it would see me, say to itself “here’s Mike, best I turn around and let him photograph me”. If only.
I photograph all my birds and animals in the wild, in their natural environment. Some photographers will cut branches from nearby trees and bolt them to a small table. They’ll then put food at the bottom of the branches and sit back, behind a blind, with a long lens, and wait. To me, that may be bird photography, but it isn’t wildlife photography. – David Young
Now hears the thing. I’m highly unlikely to photograph a Flamingo in my back garden, let alone their natural environment. At least, not here in the UK. So what do you think about photographing animals in Nature Reserves?
Now this one actually is in the wild.
It’s a Grey Heron photographed in a lagoon, here in North Wales. A lot of our coast attracts birds like this and they can regularly be found fishing.
That’s it for this week. Here’s what other bloggers are saying about this weeks challenge.
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