I thought it was time to dedicate time to my wildlife photography so decided to concentrate on looking at my local waders. I just love waders and this is the time to capture them on the coast before most of them move up to the moors and the high ground to breed. The below images have been taken over a three day period and I had to face extreme wind, sand, cold and very challenging light conditions.
All the above said it was amazing spending many hours in the presence of such beautiful birds. I want to pop back soon to my local wader patch to see if I can manage to photography the Sanderling. This bird is a winter visitor to our shores and a bird I still need to capture with my camera.
Knot (the one on the left)