Welcome to my website... featuring original images from around the UK by one of East Anglia's best known Wildlife, Nature & Landscape photographers.

I hope you'll find something of interest and if it's Kingfisher photos you're looking for you've certainly come to the right place as I believe I have one of the most comprehensive collections of Kingfisher images available anywhere.

Since my first solo Exhibition in 2008 I have taken part in more than 20 other Exhibitions - including further solo Exhibitions for the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust in the Gallery at their Welney Wetlands Visitor Centre in Norfolk; for the National Trust in their Visitor Centre at Wicken Fen Nature Reserve, near Ely, Cambridgeshire and for the Great Fen Project in the Wildlife Trust Countryside Centre at Ramsey Heights, Huntingdonshire.

In addition and having now presented more than 100 Illustrated Talks to various Natural History & Conservation Societies; RSPB/Wildlife Trust/National Trust Local Groups; Gardening Clubs; WI Groups; Camera Clubs and other interested Groups & Organisations throughout East Anglia and the northern Home Counties, I believe I can rightfully claim to have established a reputation as an interesting, enthusiastic and entertaining speaker - see the Illustrated Talks page for more details of my Talks.

Please note that none of my wildlife photographs have been taken at zoos, animal rescue centres, safari or so-called 'wildlife' parks, falconry/bird of prey centres or similar establishments. I have very little enthusiasm for taking photographs of captive subjects and there are none on this website - apart from the few images featuring in my 'Pets, Livestock & Domesticated Animals' and 'Country Pursuits' Galleries.

In my opinion, true 'Wildlife Photography' - as opposed to the more broadly defined term 'Nature Photography' - is all about capturing images of creatures that are wild and free and with the essential elements of good fieldcraft skills, some knowledge of the subject's behaviour/habitat and infinite patience usually playing a major part. I should add that for me the 'golden rule' of Wildlife Photography is that the interests and wellbeing of the subject MUST always come first.

All of the images on the site are available to purchase and full details of the various formats, sizes and prices, etc can be found on the 'Photo Purchases' page.

Incidentally, this website contains only a tiny proportion of my 25,000+ image library, so if you're looking for a particular image/subject not displayed on here please do get in touch as I may be able to help.

I hope you enjoy your visit and, if you do, why not bookmark the site by using the RSS facility - see bottom right of any page - to be informed of updates and additions. And please do feel free to add comments either in the Guestbook or on the individual Gallery pages.

....and don't forget to check out the 'Exhibitions (& other Events)' page - see menu alongside - for details of current and forthcoming Exhibitions, etc.


Jeff Harrison

(Licensed by Natural England to photograph Kingfishers, Barn Owls and Avocets at the nest)


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Jeff Harrison's gallery contains 401 photos.

Gallery

Cuckoo (image Cuck 02) Latest additions
(Contains 14 photos)
These are the most recent additions to my website and will eventually be moved to other Portfolios
Kingfishers (image Kf 040) Kingfishers
(Contains 104 photos)
"The sight of a Kingfisher is a basic human right. You need to see one at least once if you wish to understand the planet we happen to live on. If you have not had the pleasure of seeing a ripping blue arrow skate the surface of the water, you have been deprived of something very important. It is not necessary to be a committed birdwatcher, you just need to be committed to such ideas as beauty and wonder and glory and a nice walk. And that impossible streak of iridescence brings all these things to a casual, chatting stroller in a fragment of a second. They are special birds....." - Simon Barnes - multi-award-winning chief sportswriter for the Times. He is also a novelist, nature writer and the author of a dozen books, including How to be a Bad Birdwatcher, A Bad Birdwatcher's Companion & How to be Wild
BO 010 Barn Owls
(Contains 24 photos)
A collection of mainly nest-based photographs taken under a Schedule 1 Licence granted by Natural England. In July 2007 the Barn Owl (Tyto alba) was voted Britain's favourite farmland bird in a ballot organised by the RSPB.
Wheatear - male (image Wheat 01) Other Birds
(Contains 96 photos)
This Gallery is divided into a number of sub-portfolios, each relating to a different group of birds - please click on the gallery heading or the photo alongside to enter.
Sika Deer (image Sika D 09) Mammals
(Contains 43 photos)
including Brown Hares, Deer (Red, Roe & Muntjac), Dolphins, Otters, Rabbits, Squirrels (Grey, Red & Black), Stoat and Water Vole
Dawn over Tubney Fen (image TubF 01) Landscapes & Skies
(Contains 10 photos)
from around the UK
Winter Sunrise (image Wint Sun 01) Waterscapes and Waterfalls
(Contains 22 photos)
Scenes of Lakes, Lochs, Lodes, Rivers, Becks & Waterfalls from around the UK
Pulsatilla - Purple (image Puls 02) Trees, Plants, Flowers & Garden scenes
(Contains 33 photos)
Grass Snake (image GS 007) Reptiles
(Contains 8 photos)
Cinnabar moth (image Moth 001) Butterflies & Moths
(Contains 3 photos)
4 Damselflies (image Dams 02) Dragonflies & Damselflies
(Contains 3 photos)
The Old Windmill (image FenDL 02) Urban Landscapes & Buildings
(Contains 10 photos)
Scenes from towns, cities and buildings around the UK
'The post must get through' (image People 002) People
(Contains 3 photos)
Cloud patterns in the evening sky - monochrome (image Sky 02) Monochrome
(Contains 7 photos)
A selection on monochrome images.
Starlings leaving their roost at dawn (image Abstract 05) Abstract
(Contains 16 photos)
Daisy & Maisy (image Cows 01) Pets, Livestock & Domesticated Animals
(Contains 3 photos)
The Hunt (image Hunt 01) Country Pursuits
(Contains 2 photos)