Burrower’s Photography Tips

A few tips to help you perfect your travel photography.

First, set up your tripod.

Second, attach camera to tripod.

Third, assume the position.

Fourth, wait for the decisive moment!

Fulmar peering

Fulmar soaring

Fulmar above the rocks at Troup Head

Herring gull soaring in the blue sky

Herring gull carrying lunch home

Razorbills and Guillemots at rest and in flight

Gannet in flight, note the awesome light blue bill

Soaring gannets

Gannet with a snack

Gannets taking off from cliffs at Troup Head

Gannet seeking

Gannets, the spotted one at the top is not yet an adult

Gannets, they are watching you

Unidentified Soaring Bird (USB)

This little stoat was running about the cliffs

Cliffs of Troup Head

Gannets in a circular pattern at Troup Head

I was also able to see two puffins, but they were both very grumpy and did not wish to be photographed.

These photos were taken at RSPB Troup Head nature reserve in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. For more information about the reserve and the birds that they protect go to RSPB Troup Head.

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