Lockdown has been a different experience for each of us.
A wildlife photographer used it to capture a parade of beautiful birds that visited his garden!
According to SWNS, Cancer survivor Andrew Fusek Peters snapped all of the pictures through the kitchen window of his home.
Peters’ life as a photographer is recent. For 25 years, he wrote Children’s and Young Adult books.
“If you had told me from a standing start 7 years ago, I would now be immersing myself in local woods and farms, nature reserves, collaborations with conservation groups, and that I would photograph curlews and hobbies in flight and catch the milky way reflected in Wildmoor Pool on the Longmynd; and if you had told me that my photos would be published in books and the national papers – I would have said, no way.
“This is unexpected and humbling. I have found a new relationship with the landscape, with dusk, dawn and the night beyond; with the way light falls before sunrise and how it blooms sometimes after sunset into an intensity that appears miraculous.
“My current passion is photographing butterflies in flight.”