|Posted by Danny Porter on January 1, 2013 at 3:35 PM||comments (0)|
Danny here, owner of the website www.dannysdigiscoping.com
I just want to say that you have found a very good site for digiscoping. Barry is an excellent digiscoper, and has mastered the art of using Nikon DSLR's for digiscoping. Not an easy art, as so many of the cameras main features cannot be used.
If you ended up here from being on my website then I really hope that you find the answers to your questions here.
Barry has a wealth of experience in digiscoping and can really help you.
I've known him since he started out and he's always listened and learned from his experiences as could you!
Barry is one of the friendliest, most helpful people I know, so pay attention!!
All the best,
|Posted by barry woodhouse on December 19, 2011 at 2:00 PM||comments (1)|
hi to all to let you know that i have 5 images that are being produced on to greeting cards in early january 2012, you will be able to buy them on line at
www.colneisgreetingcards.com i send in regular image's to them and hopefully they might produce some more i will keep you all updated on this
thanks for your surport and joining my site, i have to mention my mate, teacher , and best friend danny porter for helping me with my digiscoping and getting me to the standed at where i am now
merry christmas have a great 2012 and capture some great images remember if you need any help and advice with your digiscoping just ask you can contact me at [email protected] and also danny porter www.dannysdigiscoping.com he can give you digiscoping leasons for beginers check out his website
regards barry woodhouse
|Posted by Danny Porter on March 12, 2011 at 10:12 AM||comments (0)|
Barry has done it again!!
Our resident Lackford Lakes expert reacted first to a possible Baltic Gull that had been reported a few days earlier, but that no one had really followed up!
Barry to his credit, returned each evening and was rewarded with some excellent views of this sub-adult bird.
Highlighted here in the picture is the bird itself. The Baltic Gull is a sub species (Larus Fuscus Fuscus) of the Lesser Black Backed Gull (LBB) (Larus Fuscus)
Slightly smaller than a LBB, this gull is different, but like most gulls it is only easier to tell when they are next to a different bird.
The back is much darker than a LBB, the legs are less yellow, and the bill is a slightly different design.
Found around the Baltic Sea (hence the name) this gull is a rare visitor to our shores, and should go down as an outstanding county rarity.
The gull has unfortunatley gone now, but hopefully it or another will return one day soon for another showing!!
Oh, and well done Bazza!!