A family of Canadian Geese glide through the setting sun on Marshal's Lake.
Seven juvenile mallard ducks lined up in formation.
Two residents at Elmley Nature Reserve, Isle of Sheppey, Kent.
Southwold in Suffolk is the gem of East Anglian coast and whilst capturing scenes of a fisherman’s life around the harbour I saw this parade of gulls lining up like it was some sort of circus show. As I waited I couldn’t believe my eyes as it began with five birds then another would arrive to make it six, then seven and eventually ten all in row. As soon as they had spaced themselves equidistantly, a perfect wingspan apart, they all took off one by one, presumably to take their quirky little display off up to Walberswick.
One of the Isle of Wight's friendly residents.
Whilst out capturing snow scenes, I chanced upon this magnificent red deer stag and although clearly startled by my presence he hung around just long enough for me to get this shot before high tailing it back into the undergrowth.
Fish Eagle in full flight.
Young roe deer showing his disapproval to having his picture taken.
I caught this swallow in full flight down at Southwold Harbour. After waiting over an hour for her to fly in close enough I had to keep my patience as hundreds of frames I was all but ready to give up on getting anything worthwhile. Then just as she came in to tend to her nest in the rafters of a fisherman’s hut, she caught an updraft of wind that suspended her motionless for just long enough to pose for the camera.
Purdie the Burmilla posing for her fans. This image was used in Royal Canin's Cat Encyclopaedia.
Mute swan on a misty River Medway at Teston.
Alfie the Italian Spinone in the snow.
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