Common Kingfisher (Alcedinidae) Having a good stretch

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Watching you often see them doing mostly the “I know you’re there” act regardless of how well you camouflage yourself or make yourself look like a bush. It makes it a treat when you can make a species so comfortable with you that they “ignore you” and go about their daily lives such as this Adult Kingfisher.

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Wildlife Photography for me is something where it is never the goal just to capture the list of images I need for publication or for the “I’m a photographer look…” caption. Wildlife photography should always be about the the love of nature,  getting outdoors and discovering what’s there and most of all learning about nature through respectful means that doesn’t disturb their daily lives.

Happy Friday Everyone 🙂

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Louise Greenhorn

Louise Greenhorn

Professional Wildlife and Landscape Photographer, based in the central belt of Scotland with access to some of the most fantastic locations and species. With a huge focus on learning, education, conservation and ultimately doing something "useful" with images taken. Nature isnt always accessible by everyone and on the other extreme those who have access havnt always had the basic education of how to behave around wildlife or in nature. It is a goal of LisaLouise to help increase knowledge to those wanting to learn no matter what level through volunteering with organisations at public events, community projects, talks and workshops. With a huge interest in travel not just for nature but to learn how nature integrates with the locals. Currently writing that "to travel to" list 🙂

Louise Greenhorn

Louise Greenhorn

Professional Wildlife and Landscape Photographer, based in the central belt of Scotland with access to some of the most fantastic locations and species. With a huge focus on learning, education, conservation and ultimately doing something "useful" with images taken. Nature isnt always accessible by everyone and on the other extreme those who have access havnt always had the basic education of how to behave around wildlife or in nature. It is a goal of LisaLouise to help increase knowledge to those wanting to learn no matter what level through volunteering with organisations at public events, community projects, talks and workshops. With a huge interest in travel not just for nature but to learn how nature integrates with the locals. Currently writing that "to travel to" list :-)

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