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I spend as much time as I can exploring the beautiful Isle of Purbeck, a peninsula on the southern tip of the the county of Dorset in England. The photographs I take, hopefully, help to express how I feel about this magical place and show you things which you may see if you come to visit. All the photographs of wild birds and animals are taken in there own environment. Please feel free to click on the picture to see it larger or to look at my other photographs.

Sunday Morning: Just Before Breakfast.

It was cold on the cliffs this morning! The sort of cold that catches your breath and makes you wonder if you have enough layers on…more here

An Afternoon at the Ledge

How long it takes to get to get to Dancing Ledge is up to you! The walk along the cliffs from Durlston will take an hour or so if you want to rushmore here

Still dark at the pool

All was quiet when I reached the path high above Chapman’s Pool, the Sun wasn’t awake enough reached the water…more here

The Calm Before the Storm

As Ophelia slides up the coast of Ireland blowing in excess of 80mph, life was quieter and a little less turbulent on the cliffs …more here

The Triple

We have more than our fair share of wetlands around here, from the shores of Poole Harbour to along the river valley and …more here

Snakes, Dragons and the Stonechat.

I called in to the Purbeck Artisan Yard in Wareham today to replace a few prints that have sold and took the chance to wander down the river …more here

The Kingshrimper

On the shores of Poole harbour you may well see a Kingfisher or two, that is if you are lucky… more here

A Good Hare Day

This evening’s wander was always going to be good, rain that had hounded the day had cleared and left a beautiful evening…. more here

Rutland Footprints: Early Morning Ospreys.

At 3.30 in the morning the alarm went off and we drove the dozen or so miles to a Trout farm on the other side of Rutland Watermore here

Rutland Footprints

The last few days have been spent on the shore of Rutland Water primarily to watch and photograph their Ospreys but also to find whatever other wildlife we could… 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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