House sparrow on a frosty morning
I confess I love the photo, I could have chosen one with the sparrow facing forwards, but the fanned tail and gorgeous plumage of the wings shows the bird off beautifully.
Photographed at RSPB Loch Leven in January 2019.
This was one of the first photographs I took with the Tamron 150-600mm lens. It was a balmy evening, so I popped down to my local park and came across a few rabbits grazing. This one picked up the feather and looked straight at me - it's my favourite photograph of 2016!
Mountain hare (lepus timidus)
These two snuggled together before a little fighting and then they mated. The one on the right is "Fidget", the one on the left possibly "Luigi".
Red Squirrel/Coal Tit stand-off, Cairngorms
The coal and great tits were stealing all the nuts I put out for the squirrels!
Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) in snow, posing on top of a tree root. Feb. 2020
Crested Tit on the Black Isle
Red Squirrel, Cairngorms
Red squirrel photographed near Carrbridge in the Scottish Highlands, August 2019
Red Squirrel, Rothiemurchus
Red Squirrel photographed on the Rothiemurchus Estate, August 2019
This hare would leave its form for a few minutes to stretch and wander around before returning to while away the hours.
This hare left its form to have a stretch then started to run, almost towards me, however it then stopped and returned to its form. Strange behaviour, but great!!