Friday, 22 August 2014

To Show I Take Other Images:

These have been taken over the last two to three years on trips to Rutland, Cannock etc. Richard and myself go out between once and twice a week dependent on the weather and over the winter visit Cannock Chase and Calke Abbey occasionally.

Common Shelduck, Rutland Water.

Wheatear, Near Tilton on the Hill.

Goldfinch, Calke Abbey.

 Chaffinch, Calke Abbey.

Greenfinch, Calke Abbey.

Coal Tit, Cannock Chase. 

Difficult birds to get an image of, they are so quick and never stop moving.

Robin, Cannock Chase.

Cock Pheasant, Nr Little Owl Site No. 5.
May be very common but very beautiful.

Buzzard Nr Little Owl Site No. 5.

Sky Lark Nr Little Owl SIte No. 11.

Red Kite Nr Little Owl Site No. 5.

Blue Tit, Cannock Chase.

Nuthatch, Cannock Chase.

But We Must Have Some Little Owls!

Little Owl Site No 5. 

Little Owl Site No. 5.  

About Me;

Titus White:
Hi I am Richard Peglers friend Titus White, and those who follow Richards posts will understand the name and reason for it. I have been birding with Richard for 3 years and a volunteer at Rutland Water on the Osprey Project for 2 years. My early images were taken on a Nikon D80 with a 70 - 200mm lens. I updated the lens to a 70 - 300mm VR lens but still was not happy with the results. Eventually when Nikon announced the D7100 I decided to change so upgraded the camera and also invested in a Sigma 50 - 500mm lens.
I first met Richard through Arthur Costello as I was having the occasional visit from Little Owls on our land. We eventually found the Little Owls through another contact about 100 metres away. Photo's will follow on future posts.
I have recently upgraded my camera to full frame, this is a challenge I am at the moment enjoying trying to get the best out of the beast.
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