Amazing, Paul! Your connection to nature in all of its power, beauty, and serenity is so personally expressed in your Impressionist vision. The photo is your canvas, the light & camera, your brushes.
I really like your website and of course your photos, sharp and loaded with details. I can imagine how patient you are to wait for those birds to be right in front of you! Your website is now on my fav tab and I will be checking it from time to time to be delighted by your amazing pictures ! X x
Fantastic images there Paul, I have two Canon EOS 7D body's and a Sigma 50-500mm lens..Keep up the great work..
A fantastic website Paul, with many stunning images. I too had a similar epiphany to yours about a year ago. Being and occasional birdwatcher and amateur photographer, I decided to marry the two and now devote much of my time to bird photography.
I love the composition of your shots and the emphasis on uncluttered backgrounds. Would I be right in thinking you take time to plan and prepare your shots.
Keep on posting! I will be a frequent visitor.
Very nice photos, I really like the owls. Thank you for the help with my canon 7d, your advice has been very helpful. Your website is well presented, i hope to see more of your great pictures.
Have same equipment as you so find your site of great interest. Some great light and control.love the white throats & grasshopper warbler. Started taking shots of bird in November 2010. Started with 500d & progressed to 7d. Have 400 mm 5.6 & 300mm 2.8. Do you use tripod often? Still trying to get a more constant quality to my shots.yours seem to shine. Very well done. Ps.did manage to nail a cettis last week,I was so chuffed..
Paul, your shots are really fantastic! Just browsing through your photos makes me want to go out and to take pictures of birds. You capture them in a truly beautiful way.
Quality images Paul, very well done
Great work Paul, your passion is revealed in the quality of shots.
Nice work Paul and a nice website...
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