Hi! I’m Ian, a wildlife and landscape photographer – and these are my photos.

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Red fox staring

An intently staring red fox.

Bay of Islands

It was blowing an absolute gale as we drove along the Great Ocean Road – you could really see why parts were known as the Shipwreck Coast.

Ever watchful

It’s spring, it’s warm – and the baby animals are out and about. This particular pair of mute swan (Cygnus olor) parents had managed to hatch eight cygnets, two of which were perched on the mother’s back. All was going well as the cygnets dashed around and about each parent swan. However – when food […]

Earth Hour 2013 – Tower Bridge diptych

Before and after Tower Bridge’s lights were turned off for WWF’s Earth Hour 2013. My brief was to get a photo of the recognisable landmark before and after the switch off, as well as footage of the actual lights going out. With no definite switch off time – roughly eight thirty, give or take a […]

Pylon starlings

These European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) were perched on the electricity pylons running past the main railway through Guildford. They seemed quite unperturbed by the noisy trains past – or the thousands of volts running through the cables. This was a chance encounter on the way into town one day. More proof, if it's needed, that […]

Federation Square Panorama

Fed Square is one of my favourite areas in Melbourne and is a great place to take a camera. The oddly faceted building is an interesting subject in the daylight, but when it lights up at night another layer of interest is revealed. The few people half-frozen give a sense of life, as the square […]

Blue gull

This lone Silver Gull (Chroicocephalus novaehollandiae) was perched on a wire in Melbourne Zoo, gently wobbling from back to front as a light gust of wind blew past. Whilst everyone was watching the seals diving around the pool, the gull was watching to what edibles people dropped. The deep orange of its eyes, beak and […]

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