Derek Smith's Nature Posts

Gibraltar Point is a nature reserve, stretching from Skegness town south to the wash. The land is unspoilt saltmarsh, and sand dunes, administered by the…

I took myself to Bempton Cliffs, on the 5th July 2017, the weather was simply atrocious, with a cold sea mist blowing in off the North Sea. I'd just bought a…

Out in the sunshine with my trusty Panasonic GX80, and predominantly the 30mm f/2.8 macro lens. Bluebells are a flower that I know, as for the last 2 photos I…

Sometimes you're just out with the family enjoying "family time", and you just grab a couple of quick shots, and the photos are surprisingly pleasing. Snipe…

I had a very frustrating day yesterday, photographically that is, trying to take photos of wild birds at a feeding station, and I just couldn't get the results…

Sometimes, just sometimes, you wonder why you have the complex DLSR, or mirrorless system camera, when most of the time it feels like you could get just as good…

As the winter progresses, I find that it's wonderful to watch the days lengthen, and the seasonal flowers appear. First snowdrops, followed by crocuses,…

For much of the year grey seals are out at sea, or on distant mudbanks, but during November, and December each year, female seals give birth to their pups…

Out for a walk in the woods, getting used to the new camera, love the depth of field from the Panasonic G80 micro four thirds sensor.

Garden snail, taken with Panasonic GX7, and Panasonic 30mm macro lens This is a lesson in why you should always have your camera with you, if you enjoy…
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