Blue tits love feeding on ripe Japanese dogwood (Cornus kousa) fruits; this one has extracted a seed.
Instead ofView full post »
A mother white-cheeked gibbon pauses on a branch with her two-week-old baby that clings to her immediately it isView full post »
East meets West: male golden pheasant amongst bluebells in the Conservation Area, Kew Gardens
As a wildlifeView full post »
Blackberries and rosehips intermingle within a Hampshire hedgerow
The bountiful fruit crop here in southern BritainView full post »
African penguin (Spheniscus demersus) casts a novel Concorde shadow late in day on Boulders Beach, the Cape, SouthView full post »
Whether taking wildlife or flowers, the easy option is to shoot either by standing and raising a camera to your eyeView full post »
Welcome to my blog based on my life as a biologist turned peripatetic wildlife photographer/writer to 50 countries – 32 visits to China alone – over four decades.
Enter your email below to get notifications of blog updates by email.
© 2019 Heather Angel Photography Blog|ProPhoto theme