Thursday, November 20, 2008

Lark stalks photographer

Thanks to Andrew Stevenson for this photo of me lying a few feet from a Desert Lark at Green Mubazzarah last week. The bird, just in front of the black hose pipe, was initially with a striking leucistic Desert Lark which I think Keith Martin spotted before we were even off the minbus. I fear some more 'photographer in situ' shots may surface involving mud and a dairy farm!


Anonymous said...

so, was he successful? was the lark's painstaking stalking worth it? Did he catch the photographer?

nice photos!

Fraser Simpson said...

Thanks Dale. He was almost successful - the photographer had to retreat as the lark exceeded the minimum focal distance of the lens!