Coastal walks and cobwebs.

Our famous views were perhaps not as special on this morning’s walk and the threat of rain was never far away but on a day like this the coast path is the place to be… more here

Boxing Day

It was good to get out before the clouds and rain this morning and a bit of fresh air was needed after the last few days…more here

Knock, Knock…

This morning’s early wander was damp and grey and took me through the woods to Durlston Castle…more here

Winter Solstice

This morning’s sunrise didn’t quite explode from the horizon in bands of red and gold but rather tiptoed behind the clouds as if no one was paying attention…more here

Frost: Head for the Heather

We woke to another beautiful, frosty day here on the Isle of Purbeck but if you want to get real frost you have to step away from the coast and head inland…more here

Before the Sun

Getting out before dawn changes a walk.

You rely on sound more than sight and that is difficult for a species that has lost so much in the race for success…. more here

It’s All About The Light

Early on a cold, crisp blue-sky morning and there really are few places I would rather be the cliffs that form… more here

Saturday morning: Studland Part 2

On a cold, frosty, blue sky morning the most difficult decision for me is where to wander! The early walk is for the dogs of course… more here

Friday Morning: Before the blue skies.

I have used the word ‘chilly’ a few times lately but this morning took ‘chilly’ to whole new level. The beach at Studland was beautiful… more here

About Julian Sawyer

It is easy these days to spend hours processing shots on a computer, removing twigs or imperfections, changing colours to make the shot more pleasing or even adding something that may be missing, but I do not do that. Nature, by its very design, is perfectly imperfect and that is how I want my photographs to be. Sometimes the light is not quite right, sometimes the animal will not pose in the way I want or decides to stay hidden, that is the beauty of wildlife photography and I find it frustratingly magical.

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