Tuesday, 12 August 2014

What to shoot (Photograph) in Autumn in the UK

Autumn is the time leaves start to turn all shades and fall from
Trees, a great time to get some Landscape Photography practice in, with late sunrises and early sunsets there's really no excuse is there.

Fungi starts to make an appearance on pastures and damp woodland floors.

Time to keep bird feeders and tables topped up as the birds start making more regular visits,
find a nice perch for them to land on before flying on to feeders and tables.

Starling murmurations start in Autumn, where flocks of Starlings gather and fill the sky with swirling patterns.

Migratory birds start to arrive for the winter like Whooper Swans and Pink Footed Geese and many others.

The Deer Rut begins with Stags clashing antlers up and down the country. To find out where to see this visit The British Deer Society

Grey Seal pups start to appear in late Autumn, a few places to see these are Donna Nook in Lincolnshire and Farne Islands in Northumberland.