Suffolk’s Hidden Gem

I took these shots a long time ago now and don’t get me wrong, there’s a lot I would do differently with certain shots, but a couple will remain some of my favourite EVER photos.

Lackford, if you don’t already know, is part of Suffolk’s Wildlife Trust and hosts “a landscape of lakes, reeds, meadow and woodland. There is wildlife in close-up all year round with iridescent kingfisher, dazzling dragonflies and colourful ducks”.

I took a stroll around the Lakes and decided to take my “nifty fifty” with me. In one hour, I managed to take shots that I will stay in my portfolio for a long time.

A friend of mine recently suggested that I should also check out Wicken Fen, which is not too far from me either. It just so happens that a photographer whose work I admire a lot, Nigel Cooke, also shoots there. So I think he’s right. I’m going to check it out soon.

…as soon as I can face getting up at the crack of dawn.