The small pools at Salthouse in Norfolk are a great place to photograph small wading birds at close range. Last week was no different with a small group of juvenile Dunlin feeding between 3-10 metres away from where I was positioned. A great way to spend a morning.
Todays image, number 084, is of a Lapland Bunting. This particular individual was photographed at a well known photography hotspot known as Salthouse, where during the winter months, small numbers of Lapland’s join forces with the more numerous Snow Buntings around the coastal pools here.
Lapland Bunting, Calcarius lapponicus, Salthouse, Norfolk, December, 2007.
Canon 40D with Canon 500mm f/4 L IS lens.