Saturday, 8 March 2008

Spashing out at Swan Lake

One of the main tasks I had set myself this year was to get down to shooting new images of common species, not just to replace older shots, but to get them on higher resolution digital files than those I have in stock. I had forgotten just how enjoyable it is to shoot things like Mute Swans and Coots, and to be able to work with birds that are used to having people near-by, in this case at a town park, means that its easy to get good action and behaviour shots.

1 comment:

Keith Reeder said...

Excellent, Nigel.

As you say - and as we've touched on previously - there's a real satisfaction to be had from "doing right" by common birds like these, and you certainly have here.