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2016

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Snipe

Leighton Moss, SIlverdale.

Lineup

Barnes Wetlands Centre, London.

Three for a girl

Shortlisted for EYE-Photo Magazine.

Coo

Leighton Moss, SIlverdale.

Avian angel

Leighton Moss, SIlverdale.

Another bird on a twig

Warton Crag, Lancashire.

Tree - Hockney perspective

David Hockney argued that perspective could conform a vanishing point at the viewer's eye, rather than a point on the horizon.

Reclining figures

Sunset on the South Bank, London.

Mandarin

Barnes Wetlands Centre, London.

Contemplation

The ringed teal is a small duck of South American forests.

Sir Joshua Reynolds

As seen through the current installation in the courtyard of the Royal Academy of Arts, London. Shortlisted for EYE-Photo Magazine.

Street light

Manchester Hilton

Fulmar reflected in a glassy Arctic Ocean

The wind suddenly dropped, and Fulmars were swooping low beyond the bow of the ship, their wings almost touching the water, which was like a mirror...

Camouflage - arctic fox

This fox was one of half a dozen, patrolling the foot of vain where tens of thousands of kittiwakes were nesting. They waited for the odd egg or chick to fall out of the nest, or the odd adult to fly too close...

956 Fifth Avenue

New York in the rain.

Kiss and tell

Guillemots on an arctic island.

Lines in the sand

Seascale beach, Cumbria.

Fulmar over the Arctic Ocean

From the bridge of the ship, I saw that the wind had suddenly dropped and the the Arctic Ocean became glassy, like a mill pond. Fulmars were swooping below the bow of the ship, inches above the water, their reflections contrasting like shadows... (400mm 1/30s, no photo manipulation)

Tree - Hockney perspective

David Hockney argued that perspective could conform a vanishing point at the viewer's eye, rather than a point on the horizon.

Whitehaven harbour