RECENT BLOG POSTS... by Kevin Morgans


CARNEDDAU PONIES PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

The Carneddau pony one-day photography workshops will run all year round. There is no ideal time of the year to photograph the ponies it is all down to your own personal preference. There is always something to photograph whether it is new born foals in the Spring, blooming flowers in Summer, beautiful golden light in Autumn or the harsh Wintry conditions the ponies face each Winter

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Feb 3, 2017


PUFFINS OF FAIR ISLE TOUR 2016

Fair Isle, measuring at just 3km wide and barely 5km long is Britain's most remote inhabited island.  It can be found marooned in the North sea roughly midway between mainland Shetland and Orkney. The island is world famous for it's traditional style of knitting but Fair Isle holds a secret whilst the rugged cliff faces that border the island may not necessarily house the biggest population of puffins across the UK it is difficult to argue that it isn't the most beautiful.

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Jun 29, 2016


THE TALE OF MUSK OX, DOVREFJELL & THE COLD

As wildlife photographers we are often driven to some of the harshest environments on the planet in pursuit of our next photographic project.  A few years back I was inspired by Vincent Munier's work with the Musk Ox in Dovrefjell during the cold Winter months. So last year I decided in February I would follow in his footsteps and experience this harsh & unforgiving environment for myself.

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Oct 15, 2015


REFLECTING A YEAR IN REVIEW

2015 has been a great year for me and the year when my photography and company have moved forward the most. The year started out with a bang with my 1st success in a major photographic competition Outdoor Photographer Of The Year. I was happy to find out my image "The Last Catch" of a coastal brown bear fishing at sunset was awarded runner up in the Wildlife Insight category. This image had become one of my favourites as It was not just about the image but the realization of a dream

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Dec 2, 2015


POLISH RAPTORS TRIP REPORT

Earlier this year after a few visits myself to Poland I had the pleasure of leading a group of 5 clients out to this awesome place. The tour was run in partnership with NaturesLens. This site has been attracting large numbers of eagles during the Winter months. There are already a lot of established sites across Europe for photographing these raptors and everybody has their own personal preference on what site they prefer be it Poland, Hungary, Norway or the Isle Of Mull to name a few but the one thing you cant take away from this site is the volume of birds that visit each morning

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Oct 15, 2015