Driving from north to south first stop was the Sierra De San Pedro Martir
Driving along the other day I spotted this sparrow-hawk lying right in the middle of the main road. I stopped the car and ran back to check her out, she was totally limp and in a dazed state so I picked her up and put her in the footwell of the car. After 15 minutes she was looking much better so I put her on a post and photographed her. Another 15 minutes and she took off and flew away.....gone. Good job I had my camera and 100mm macro with me!
This stoat came up the path right towards me paused for a second then moved on, managed 6 shots but this was the only sharp one. Cropped to the max. Taken on a Zeiss 135mm apo.
In the space of just a few feet at the top of a steep grassy slope (south facing). Numerous grass snakes, slow worms and adders all living together. An unbelievable sight. I counted at least 4 adders, 4 grass snakes and 30 or more slow worms.
Bedgebury in the rain. A small umbrella kept the worst of the rain off the camera and lens, but inevitably both got wet. 1/3 sec at f9. Nikon 20mm f1.8
Apart from a little noise in the sky which gets worse in low light, the results from the phone were very good.
UK Based photographer, specialising in gardens, nature and landscapes.