Tag Archives: Laurie Campbell

Natural bookshelf

Tweet of the Day was a hugely popular BBC Radio 4 production that went out just before 6am each morning. In a brief 90-second programme the essence of a different bird was captured in song and narration. Listeners would hear … Continue reading

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In the south of Scotland – where eagles dare

John Mathew Thompson was brought up in Penicuik, south of Edinburgh. As a youngster, he spent several days raptor watching with the great expert Derek Ratcliffe.   The news of improving prospects for golden eagles in the south of Scotland … Continue reading

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Laurie Campbell – part two

Today we continue our look at the work of one of Scotland’s leading natural history photographers – Laurie Campbell. Having made the leap from film into the digital world Laurie talks about some of his favourite projects, a close encounter … Continue reading

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Laurie Campbell

Today’s blog features one of Scotland’s leading natural history photographers – Laurie Campbell.  His award-winning photographs regularly appear in magazines, books, exhibitions and displays. With an impressive array of photography awards to his name it is interesting to note that … Continue reading

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