April 2020 - Adapting during lock down!
Trying something a little different during the Coronavirus lock down period
As the lock down period has progressed, there is a limit to the amount of landscape photography that can be done during the allowed period of exercise each day. Therefore I have been trying to capture something a little different during these last few weeks and have combined daily walks with some bird photography, achieving some pleasing initial results.
Top left to bottom right:
Great Crested Grebes during courtship, Swallow in flight perhaps my most difficult challenge so far, a Female Mallard with plenty of copy space for editorial and finally a Grey Heron flying low over the River Weaver.
It's really not as easy as it looks!