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Roger Hance
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Ex Master Baker, Amateur Photographer, and enthusiastic Table Tennis player
Ex Master Baker, Amateur Photographer, and enthusiastic Table Tennis player

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New Talk - `The Law of Averages Says ..!`
New Talk  - `The Law of Averages Says ..!` Just finished putting together a new talk for camera clubs / photographic societies.  Its entitled `The Law of Averages Says ..!` At present, it is a digital talk, but I am printing up a lot of the images, so this ...

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Migrant Hawkers
Migrant Hawkers On Sunday, I went out for the day with Richard Revels to photograph Migrant Hawkers at the Summer Leys Nature Reserve. Weather conditions were ideal, and there were lots of Migrant Hawkers flying about near the edge of the lake. These Dragon...

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Spotted Flycatcher Whilst away on holiday earlier on in the year, we found a pair of Spotted Flycatchers busy catching insects in a churchyard. Both male and female were busy feeding young, which we could see were nesting behind a pillar on a ledge on the o...

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The Farne Isles
The Farne Isles Last week I spent the week in Northumberland with Matt Clarke and David Schenk. Whilst there, we spent two days on the Farne Isles, going on the all day trip which takes you to Staple Island in the morning, and Inner Farne in the afternoon. ...

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Moths, Beetles and Damselfy
Moths, Beetles and Damselfly Went out on Sunday with Richard Revels, mainly photographed Orchids, but we did find a few Moths, Beetles and a nice Damselfly worth photographing. Burnished Brass Moth Large Red Damselfly Privet Hawk Moth Magpie Moth Wasp Beetl...

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Badgers
  Badgers   While on holiday the other week I visited the Devon Badger Watch near Tiverton. These first shots were taken from a hide using two flashguns. Canon 5D mark III, and canon 70-200 F2.8  lens. The badgers came very close to the front of the hide. T...
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