Emily discusses her opinions on the wild boar cull in the Forest of Dean and what should be done to reduce conflict.
Emily writes an introduction to A Pocketful of Earth, including what you can expect from future posts.
I am currently wrapped up in layers and blankets, along with a hot water bottle and an extra heater, in a bid to thaw out from Sundays very chilly trip to the WWT Festival of Birds in Slimbridge. Ok so that might be an slight over exaggeration, but believe me when I say it was very … Continue reading A Few From Slimbridge Festival of Birds
Zoos and Wildlife Parks are great places to practice photography there are a variety of subjects to capture and a few challenges to deal with (animals rarely stay in the same place for long), which is why yesterday I headed off to Cotswold wildlife park. At the moment I am only just get used to adjusting … Continue reading Wildlife Diaries: Day 2 – Little Robin Redbreast
I can't believe that it has been just over a year since our trip to Sweden and I am only now sharing my photos with you. One of the highlights of my trip had to be visiting Skansen in Stockholm, the worlds largest outdoor museum showcasing the history of Sweden, its traditions and cultures. Even now I … Continue reading A Few From Skansen, Stockholm
Today is the first day of Wildlife Diaries and I am excited to share my first entry. If you are wondering what this is about, I wanted to document my personal journey into the world of nature photography. I have had a keen interest in Wildlife photography for a few years but have never really done … Continue reading Wildlife Diaries: Day 1 – Swan Lake
I was a little disappointed when I pulled back the curtains Sunday morning to a view of well, nothing...? The fog was packed so densely it was difficult to even see the cars parked on the street below. Undeterred I grabbed my camera, pulled on a couple of layers and headed out to Offa's Dyke. … Continue reading Into the Devils Lair