Sunday, 28 June 2020

Wildlife photography lucky moments

Most of the time in wildlife photography to get good shots it takes a lot of planning and investing lots of your time, other times it's just look. This was one of those lucky moments.
I was having a walk around my local nature reserve and as I approached a nest box a pair of Blue Tits weren't happy, at first I thought they were just warning me off but then realised it was a Stoat that the Blue Tits were trying to warn off. Sadly I think it was too late for the Blue Tit chicks. I managed to grab a few shots of the Stoat as it exited the nest box. Not so lucky for the Blue Tits.
Again taken with my Olympus EM1 MKII and Panasonic 100-400mm.

Stoat in nest box

Stoat exiting nest box


  1. This picture is perfect! I love photography and believe that in photography sometimes you just get lucky, in first year, my friends planned a trip. I had an essay submission that week, I gave it to a college essay writing help online and went with my friends and it was an amazing experience. I took many photographs and the best ones were unplanned.

  2. Your photos are so beautiful. I am a nature-loving person and I often love to take wildlife animals photos. For 2 months I am busy with a professional assignment writing service UK based for my college assignments. This has caused me not to travel and explore nature. I remember the last time I took snaps of a fox, it was loved by all of my friends and socially got me a very solid response.