A Big Year

This year is a big year for me. Not in the same sense as a bird watchers ‘Big Year’, where they try to see as many different species as possible, but because today I turned 30. So in a fit of ambitiousness I decided to set myself the challenge of photographing 30 different wildlife events and species. By this time next year, I hope to bring you a portfolio of 30 amazing images of British nature. I’ve a few things in mind, Kingfishers for example, but I’m open to suggestions!

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Kingfisher, Alcedo atthis, male perched on riverbank, Suffolk, May


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