Sunday, 27 March 2011


A couple of images from a glorious early spring day principally spent photographing Red Kites in The Chilterns. It is a special part of England; gentle rolling hills, beech woods rich in wildlife and landscapes that offer appealing pictures at almost every turn. As the sun began to set and the kites retired for the evening, I came across a stunning valley that was home to a flock of sheep with lambs no more than a few weeks old. The first image, in particular, is, I think, a very English scene.

Both images Canon 1DS MkII.
1. 1/400 sec, f/8, 70mm at ISO 400
2. 1/400 sec, f/8, 140mm at ISO 400

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