Archive for 2020

Winter Solstice

Filed in Articles, Photography Tips on Dec.20, 2020

The Winter Solstice occurs in December and in the Northern Hemisphere the date marks the 24-hour period with the fewest daylight hours of the year, which is why it is known as the shortest day and longest night.


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Ethics Matter

Filed in Articles on Dec.08, 2020

When I’m photographing wildlife I’m trying to document wild behaviour, something that occurred naturally. I’m not trying to create something that was fake and contrived.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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Prints for Nature

Filed in Events on Nov.28, 2020

The Prints for Nature fine art photography sale includes some stunning photographs by more than eighty nature photographers from all around the world.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography Prints for Sale

I’m very pleased to announce that my image of a wild female Sumatran Orangutan waking from her overnight nest as the morning sun breaks through the dense rainforest canopy has been chosen as one of the images for sale.


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Nature is Amazing

Filed in Articles, Places Of Interest on Nov.20, 2020

The Norfolk Spring Tides are the biggest and best tides for witnessing the thousands of birds feeding on the mudflats, being pushed closer to shore. During this event most if not all of the estuary is consumed by the sea and submerged underwater.


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OneKind Prints

Filed in Articles, Charities on Nov.13, 2020

Coronavirus has and still is a very challenging time for everyone, it’s even worse for those charities that depend on funds raised to carry on their work that have been really impacted this year.

Craig Jones Wildlife Photography


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