You know your having a good day when an Osprey dives, snatches a substantial trout and heads straight towards your lens. Unlike 2019, all down to the wind direction being perfect on the day! The Osprey concerned is ‘T7’, a … Continue reading →
Here are a couple of static shots of Basil, a burrowing owl, taken during a photographic day at the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire. Unfortunately, Basil was not in the mood to put on a flying display, however many of the other raptors did oblige and will be featured in future posts. I am particularly pleased with the nice bokeh here predominantly provided by the vibrant rapeseed field in the background.
My final batch of images of the stunning raptors from the raptor foundation. Already looking forward to my next visit where hopefully the eagle owl will not go AWOL and I will have a better opportunity to capture these beauties in flight. By the way the kookaburra is the only non raptor at the foundation.
Here are a few images of Bonnie the American bald eagle taken during my recent visit to the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire. Having only recently taken up photography, I guess I had no reason previously to have any interests in birds of prey or indeed … Continue reading →
The Raptor Foundation is located near St Ives in Cambridgeshire and a visit is highly recommended. The Foundation, which rescues and rehabilitates injured raptors, has a stunning collection of hawks, buzzards, eagles and countless owls. The birds which are housed in various … Continue reading →