Flowers! My favourite time of year is starting now!

You know I love photography, but sometimes I get a little bored of photographing certain things, however, flowers never tire me. I love them! Every single image you take is different, the colours are amazing, the smells are beautiful and they are just fun and give amazing results! A short visit to Singleton Botanical GardensContinue reading “Flowers! My favourite time of year is starting now!”

A Visit To Llanelli Wetlands. Images of birds and the video of the day!

After a few days of being really busy, I have managed to get the second part of Tuesdays visit up! Here are the bird images, plus the video of the day. For more information, please visit the last blog! Here is the video of the day. Please like and comment! And here are images ofContinue reading “A Visit To Llanelli Wetlands. Images of birds and the video of the day!”

A Visit To Llanelli Wetlands

Ah birds… I love seeing them fly around, but photographing them is another thing. There are some birds I like, such as robins, but generally I can live without photographing them. I did however photograph plenty today, but these images I share with you are mostly not birds, but the things of beauty that IContinue reading “A Visit To Llanelli Wetlands”

Wales Botanical Gardens Shoot (Part 2)

Birds! That’s what is one of the exciting things about Wales Botanical Gardens. However, the weather was not on our side! It was darker than we wanted, and within a few minutes of photographing, the rain came down like never before! I know the X-T3 paired with the Fuji 50-230mm is a formidable beast whenContinue reading “Wales Botanical Gardens Shoot (Part 2)”

Photographing wildlife (birds) with the XC50-230mm

We all know that the Fujifilm XC50-230mm is often belittled and very underrated. We looked at Fujifilms most underrated lens recently, and the general feedback was that those who actually use it, really like it, but those who hadn’t used it seemed to think it was just a poor man’s 50-200mm with not much toContinue reading “Photographing wildlife (birds) with the XC50-230mm”