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New wildlife Art Collection, No 1 & 2.

Posted by Gavin Bickerton-Jones on 23rd March 2017 in Blogging | wildlife,canvas,art
I am pleased to introduce the first 2 pictures in my new 'British wildlife' collection of initially 8 images. These are taken from my original photo's, and then given a new dimension with some computer wizardry to produce stunning images of our wonderful wildlife. They are either 12" x 12" or 12" x 16", in canvas wrap and cost £30.00 each. (P & P extra if applicable) Other sizes and media are available, POA. I hope you like them !...

Last 2 in first set of 'British wildlife' collection.

Posted by Gavin Bickerton-Jones on 3rd April 2017 in Blogging | wildlife,barn owl
Here are the final 2 images in the first set of the 'British wildlife' collection. Contact me if you would like a canvas or gallery board copy of any of these images....

Fishing Ospreys

Posted by Gavin Bickerton-Jones on 7th July 2016 in Blogging | Osprey,Scotland,jgwildlifephotography
Just back from a 3 day trip at Rothiemurchus fisheries near Aviemore on a tour run by excellent wildlife photographer and guide Jo Mcintyre, trying to capture Ospreys fishing in a trout lake, something I had booked up about 18 months ago and counted down the days for!   Monday:  Up at 5.30 AM to catch flight to Inverness from Luton, after half an hour delay, arrive at midday. After battling my way through the golfers up here for the Scottish open, I got a taxi to the train station, and then a train for the 30 minute journey to Aviemore. Jo kindly offered to pick me up from the station (not part of the tour!), and I loaded my packed bags full of tri...

A few days spent at Old Buckenham Park.

Posted by Gavin Bickerton-Jones on 2nd June 2017 in Blogging |
Spent a few early mornings and evenings over at the Old Buckenham Country Park site to check out how the wildlife is progressing. Great to see the male kingfisher using the perch we put out, he visited between 6 and 7AM, first catching and eating a fish himself, then catching 4 more fish which he turned around so it was head facing out (if they eat one they take it head first so the spines and scales go down easier) and flew to the nest each time to give to his young, hopefully see some young soon! The pond is in a lovely spot which catches the sun nicely. While waiting for the Kingfisher, the Barn Owl was hunting successfully, taking plenty of short tailed...

Photography at night in Lincolnshire.

Posted by Gavin Bickerton-Jones on 15th February 2019 in Blogging |
Excellent stay overnight in a hide in Lincolnshire to use flash on local wildlife. I stayed in it from 4PM to 9 AM overnight and played a waiting game with some flashes set up. Not long after dark the Tawny Owls started hooting all around, and one flashed past the post at about 10 PM.   Then y ou could here a noise like a baby crying coming from the pond, a young Otter calling to its mum that it wanted fish, and then there it was, adult Otter fishing in the pond for 10mins.   The Heron landed in the pond around midnight which was a surprise, but gave a nice reflection before it went. At about 1.30AM the hooting started again, and a Tawny owl landed on...

Dive Dive Dive !

Posted by Gavin Bickerton-Jones on 25th September 2016 in Blogging | nature,wildlife,kingfisher,norfolk
Another couple of mornings spent down at the stream in Reymerston with up to 3 Kingfishers, although one female is the constant star. Now every time when I arrive at the spot before dawn she is already there looking for fish, and my presence doesn't seem to bother her too much as I can get quite close before she moves off. The farmer has put a small herd of bullocks in the field which use the Kingfisher feeding spot as a watering hole, so now I have to keep a wary eye out for them as well as they have chased me off once already!      Even though the stream has plenty of fish, I always take some sticklebacks and put them in a colander set just...
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