You’ve read the title wildlife photography- a day on the sofa and you’re confused right.
Well it’s raining and it’s unrelenting. There has been no break in the weather so it’s a day on the sofa.
You and I know rain and cameras don’t mix so where does the wildlife photography come into it if I’m sitting on the sofa as far away from the rain as I can get.
I had no intention of wasting one of my 30 days wild experiences, so I decided to step back in the past and look back at my wildlife photographs I’ve taken in days gone by.
They say what you take photos of the most is what you love and it’s clear looking at my digital photo albums nature is my number one passion after my hubby of course.
Everyone of them have been a random act of wildness so I figured they count as a valid 30 day wild activity even though I haven’t left my house today.
My wildlife photography proves the love I feel for nature. I’ve got 100’s of pictures of birds and bees, flowers, weird insects, mammals both large and small I got them all.
I’m sat here scrolling through my pictures while lazily supping a cup of tea. I’ve been taking photos since 2006 that’s when we got our first digital camera.
It’s going to take some time, but one things for sure it will be a looking back on 30 days of wild times I’ve had in days gone by and all are wonderful memories.