When I go out with the intention of photographing kingfishers, I usually bank on being there for around two hours. After that I have usually had enough and I am sure the kingfishers have gotten bored of my being there also. Last year they didn’t seem to bother about me but this years birds are […]
It has been a wee while since I have been to the kingfishers at Pauatahanui, so today I thought I would give them a go when I got home from work. It was a bit windy and this made it very hard to keep my camera steady when I was shooting but I persevered. Shortly
I have finished work for the year and am looking forward to spending time with my family, (especially my grandson) and of course getting back out to the inlet with the kingfishers. Today’s images are from my last two visits there, I have been holding off posting them until a fellow photographer friend managed to get
When it comes to the Kingfishers I am both obsessive and stubborn. The weather was fine so I decided the kingfishers were going to be out and about. I probably should have sent them a memo prior to heading out because I got it slightly wrong. The tide had turned and was on it’s way
It has been over a week since I picked up my camera, I have had family staying and we have been getting up to lots of other things. Photography had to wait until family left and I had an opportunity to pick up the camera. This evening was that time and it was by pure
I have been meaning to get this post written since Wednesday but time just hasn’t allowed me to do so. Tuesday night last, the Hutt Camera Club held its AGM and portfolio competitions. There are two awards up for grabs – the Cliff Perry trophy for beginners and the Dorothy Comely trophy for everyone else.
Today a couple of other photographers and I did a photo shoot with a very obliging young lady. She is a rope fetish model so we strung her from a tree over the river! But that is another post, so be prepared or warned, if you are offended by semi-naked flesh then the next blog