My name is Alan the C being my wife hence the title “C & A Wild Images”. After both spending nearly 40 years working in jobs that demanded much of our time and energy we’ve finally found some time to take up some new challenges. Having moved from the London area some time ago, we now live in Norfolk, an ideal location to pursue our interest in nature and wildlife.
Our children have spent some time living abroad which has also given us the opportunity to visit and spend time in interesting and sometimes remote parts of the world.
We first became interested in trying to capture wildlife images when were at university in the days of slide film. When we returned to the challenge digital photography had taken the place of the film slides and waiting a week or two to see the results had long gone, although the challenge of capturing that unique image remained the same, Initially we used two compact cameras with 20+ zooms but now have moved to a Canon SLR set-ups.
Canon EOS 7D MkII
Canon EOS 7D
Canon EOS 500D
Fuji FinePix S5000
Olympus Stylus Tough TG-4 underwater camera
Canon EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 L IS II USM
Canon EF 100-400mm f5.6 L USM
Canon EF 400mm f5.6 L USM
Sigma 150-500mm f5.6.3 DG OS HSM
Sigma 18-50mm f2.8-4.5 DC OS
MeFOTO RoadTrip C1350Q1K Tripod
BK-45 Gimbal Tripod Head
Canon Speedlite 430EX Flashgun
Velbon Sherpa 450R Tripod with PH157Q Head
Manfrotto 776YB M-Y Monopod
Jobby Gorillapod SLR Tripod
- Costa Rica – Coastal Secrets
- Sparrowhawks in the garden
- Interesting facts about the lives of Sloths Costa Rica.
- Along the Norfolk Coast
- Kingfishers and Ospreys
- Bempton Cliffs more than just a Sea Bird Colony.
- Morning Bird Drive at Satpura
- Satpura’s East Buffer Zone
- Morning Drive in Satpura
- Tigers and Sloth Bear in Satpura
- Sloth Bear in Satpura
- Twilight in Satpura’s west buffer zone
- Sunday Morning Safari in Satpura
- Satpura’s Western Buffer Zone
- Safari to Churna camp
- Reni Pani Jungle Lodge
- Heathrow to India’s Satpura National Park
- Visit to Lackford Lakes
- Sculthorpe Moor reserve never fails to impress