There had been over resent years reports of Albino Squirrels being spotted in the wood. There is photographic evidence of them on the Friends of Selsdon Wood web site taken some years ago, but try as I might I had not seen one. Read More
I was on my usual weekend quest for the next wildlife shot in the best location locally Selsdon Wood. I try and walk the woods every weekend primarily looking for insects to shoot but we are coming to the end of the season for insects and spotting a subject is getting difficult. Read More
It was last year when walking in Selsdon Wood I saw on the notices board there was a Photographic Competition, and you were asked to submit six photographs made in the wood in the past year. Read More
Trying to make Photographs through a fence at the zoo can ruin your day, but there is a way.
It was in back in March when I visited the Port Lympne Reserve. It's an animal wildlife park in Kent. It's billed as an African Experience and considering you are in Kent in the UK it's pretty good. Read More
In London recently we have had some really fantastic thunderstorm's. It started with a monster storm at three o clock in the morning that must have woke everyone up the South London and went on for about forty five minutes. Read More
I took a weeks holiday recently to spend some time in my favourite location for shooting wildlife in Selsdon Woods. This is a nature reserve on the southern edge of London. Read More
It was back in February that I discovered Rick Sammon's Photo Sundial app.
It's an app that will tell you when the best time and position for photographing sunsets, sunrise or starlight and the moon. It runs on your iPhone or iPad and is really easy to use. Read More
A Cinemagraph is a still photograph which has a small element that moves, normally repeating. These images are starting to appear every where in TV advertising, TV programme trailers and Video Bill boards etc. Read More
I was amazed to one day to receive a flicker message from Steve Osborn, to ask me if I would like to give a talk to the Metropolitan Police Photographic Society at New Scotland Yard. Read More