Sunday, 28 November 2010

Jack Snipe Photography

Heaven knows how many Jack Snipe winter here in Shetland but one thing we have learned in the 20 years of living here is that they are best found when the ground starts to freeze and when we get lots of snow - which is exactly what has happened here in the last few days. We are currently keeping an small lead of water flowing for both Jack Snipes and Common Snipes and we have a hide up for photography / filming. The hide will remain up for the duration of this cold snap so get in touch if you'd like to use it.

5 comments:

Hilke Breder said...

Lovely image! So intimate.

Dominic Gendron said...

Very nice and intimate shot! Very sharp to...great image ;)

Teuvo Vehkalahti said...

Erinomaisia lintu valokuvia, kelpaisivat varmaan amerikkalaisille passi valokuvista. Minä pidäbn blogisi sisällöstä oikein kovasti. Näin blogien katselulla on kiva tutustua muiden maiden kulttuuriin ja ihmisiin. Tule sinäkin katsomaan Teuvon kuvat blogi ja kerro myös kaikille sinun kavereillesi miksi kannattaa käydä katsomassa Teuvon kuvat blogi. Samalla saadaan teidän maanne lippu nousemaan korkeammalle minun blogissa. Jouluterveisn Teuvo vehkalahti Finland

Mike Watson said...

Fantastic stuff as always Hugh, great to see you got the C mark off your lens;) Thanks a lot and keep up the good work! Br, Mike

sebi_2569 said...

very nice photo; and very nice blog. Bravo