It’s been a long while since I’ve updated this blog. What with the all-pervasiveness of social media, and the time it takes to keep this site up to date, it barely seems worth keeping it going. I won’t delete the site, in case I decide to return to it in the future, but I also won’t be updating it either. You can see all my wildlife photography from the Forest of Dean, the rest of Britain, and indeed the rest of the world, at my official website at www.benlocke.co.uk. In addition to my photography, there you will also find trip reports, drawings, articles, and more. Of course you can also find me on all the usual social media platforms – Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and Instagram.
Reeve’s Muntjac (female) photographed in the forest. I’m seeing many more of these in the woods in recent years than I used to.
Just a quick note to mention that my ‘official’ site has been brought up to date with recent images, not only from the Forest of Dean, but further afield in Britain and the world – http://www.benlocke.co.uk
It won’t be long until the Nightjars return to the forest. This one was photographed last year.
Avoiding the popular spots, I’ve enjoyed a couple of sessions watching Hawfinch in the forest recently.
A male Orange-tip on dandelion head.
Badgers photographed in daylight and at night at the sett.