Anthobaphes violacea on Flickr.
Here’s a something recent. I got an iPad for my 17th birthday last week so I’ve been playing around with various photography apps. Edited this on PS Express.
I remember stalking this heron around Regent’s Park whilst walking home from work. He was quite a friendly bird, allowing me to get fairly close. This was a shot against the water, which created the sparkly bokeh in the background.
I spotted this magpie in the cemetery this afternoon.
This is one of my favourite photographs from today. It is actually a crop of a much wider image shot at 18mm.
This egret was found in an aviary at Golders Hill Zoo, London. I chose the lowest aperture possible on my 70-300mm lens in order to bring all of the attention to this bird.
I found this Kookaburra in Golders Hill Park. Shooting RAW was helpful, as it meant that the post-processing gave me a lot more freedom than usual.
17 year old hobbyist photographer from London.
Paper Stacks, a collaboration by FiftyThree and ALLDAYEVERYDAY.