Passionate about creating memories

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    Robin, Trebah Gardens, Cornwall
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    Abington Park Squirrel
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    Time for lunch?
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    You lookin' at me?
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    Playtime!
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    George, one of our longest living cats. He came to us from the Cats Protection League & at the time he was though to be between 18 mos & 2yrs. Now a some times grumpy old man ( we should get on well!!) whom we guess is approaching 20
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    Scampi, our second cat, in his favourite place, come winter or summer! Suffered with Epilepsy as a young cat; grew out of it but around the age of 10, developed some seroius personality changes & began fitting again. Considered vetinary opinion from the symptoms was a brain tumour, so sadly, we had to part company with him at a relatively early age.
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    Deer at Bradgate Park, Leicester - beautiful pose!
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    A more relaxed approach!
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    Stuning antlers!
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    O.K. so not a native of the UK but a resident, nonetheless. Preparing for our safari in 2012, did a Photography Workshop at the Wildlife Heritage Foundation in Kent where this & the following shots were taken.
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    Such a beautiful animal, it's hard to believe that Tigers are an endangered species, on the verge of extinction, in the wild.
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    Resting in the shade
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    This is my absolute faviourite "Big Cat" shot ( been proving fairly popular on my website too according to Google Analytics). Again, taken at the Wildlife Heritage Foundation in Kent. Just love the symetry created by the blade of grass running up in front of his nose. Only relaised how good it was once I got home & saw it on a big screen!