David Drage Photography's PhotoBlog

I have been taking photos for a long time. I was very keen on photography when I was an art student back in the 1980s. After leaving art school I even worked in…

Last year we spent our summer holiday in Dorset, so I took the opportunity to visit the well known photographers favourite, Durdle Dor, at West Lulworth. The…

I took a walk around Footdee (pronounced "Fittie" - an old fishing village at the mouth of Aberdeen harbour) and Aberdeen Beach over the weekend. It was a very…

A few days ago I took my two sons for a hike around Loch Muick in the south east part of the Cairngorms National Park in North East Scotland. The walk around…

Over the weekend I went down to the mouth of the river Don, here in Aberdeen, to take some photos of sunrise and capture some images of the new wind farm that…

I recently visited Huntly Falconry Centre, in Aberdeenshire, and spent an enjoyable couple of hours photographing some of their birds of prey. While, clearly,…

The Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve is one of my favourite places to spend some time with my camera. It offers opportunities for both landscape and…

If you stride out you can miss so much wildlife as you walk around Loch Kinord, barely seeing some ducks and the odd glimpse of a damselfly or butterfly.…

As a relative novice in the wildlife photography field I am always looking for interesting places to go and see something different. I recently picked up a book…

I visited the Rocks of Solitude near Edzell in Angus last year in early September. It is a beautiful spot with mixed woodland and of course the spectacular…
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