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Early spring will see me looking out for adders basking on warm mornings in woodland glades. This normally involves sneaking about carefully, as snakes can sense every footstep. Then once one is found, usually a belly crawl follows so that I'm at ground level to take the picture.

In the early summer the kingfishers will be rearing two broods along a stream in a local wood. So the hide is placed close to a favourite perch to try and see the birds.
Other species I would like to get pictures of are badgers and tawny owls. I've bought some more flashes which will be used to capture nocturnal happenings and to freeze birds in flight.