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June Nature Photography Report

June Nature Photography Report

June Nature Photography Report

Welcome to our June Nature Photography Report. Based on Nature, Wildlife, and Landscape photography in the amazing countryside of Yorkshire.

This month’s visit has taken us to RSPB Bempton Cliffs on the Yorkshire coast twice. Also went to  our favourite local haunt Staveley Nature Reserve, near Boroughbridge North Yorkshire. The first of our trip’s to RSPB Bempton Cliffs since 2019. We arrived at 4.30am in hope of photographing the sunrise. But to find a blanket of thick fog which as you can telll this was a major disappointment. We did manage to photograph distant shots of a Puffin, Razorbill, Kittwake and Gannet’s.

Our second visit to RSPB Bempton Cliffs, Was more successful for the sunrise but there was a wall of cloud on the horizon but did manage on this occasion to photograph the sun rising but not as spectacularly as we would have hoped. On this accasion we did not see any Puffin’s but managed to get flying Gannet’s, Razobills and Guillimots and see the Barn Owl flying around, But No photographs as it was still a little to dark unfortunately.

Our Visits To Staveley Nature Reserve. Are proving really quite sucessful with the amount of wildlife. We are seeing very early on a morning please follow the links to the website for the latest Pictures.

This Months Featured Photo

This Month we have chosen is the Laughing Razorbill photographed at RSPB Bempton Cliffs on our first Visit of the year. The photo was taken with the Canon 7DMk2 and EF100-400LIS MK2 Lens at a shutter speed of 1/500 and a apeture of F5.6 considering the foggy conditions we are very happy with this photograph. As always the above Photograph is available at our webshop.

And Finally to our Social Media accounts Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Flickr are updated Regulary so keep an eye on them.

Thank you for reading our June Nature Photography Report

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