all pictures © robin williams
birds in flight gallery
As digital photography gained ground, eventually becoming my favoured system with the purchase of my first Nikon D50, I realised that I needed something to replace glancing through sheets of Kodachromes, otherwise my pictures would vanish from view. A few years ago Tim Vowles, an old friend of mine and a computer expert, asked whether I would be interested in setting up a website? I realised that this was the answer. A website would offer all sorts of advantages apart from this, but setting up photographic galleries would be the answer to my query. My pictures would be visible at the click of a mouse, sorted into common features. Perfect.
Over the years, these sets of pictures have been extracted from the website, and built up into specific galleries. They are updated regularly, bringing on new material and reviewing old pictures. This gallery is confined to flight photography of birds. These would cover certain groups only; even so, it holds a considerable number of images.
Using each sub-section
For ease of use, the gallery is split into three sections, Birds of Prey, Waterbirds 1 & Waterbirds 2. These sub-groups are selected by clicking on each heading. This will bring up a gallery of individual pictures. Click on a picture to centre and enlarge it, as well as display its caption.