Sue Earnshaw

Used to safaris further afield, lockdown dictated a closer look around for subjects, where better than in my own garden.

As a wildlife photographer and conservationist living in a small coastal village in Cornwall UK, I feel fortunate that my combined passions of wildlife photography and conservation can be met without straying too far from home. The cottage in which I live is adjacent to a river and surrounded by natural habitats and woodland. The wide variety of bird life and insects provide plenty of distraction for me, my subjects and my images.

I am also passionate wildlife in other areas and love visiting Africa, particularly Kenya. There the communities and wildlife that I love visiting are under threat for complex reasons, largely now due to the impact of Covid-19 and the rapid decline of the tourist industry there. My hope is that the exposure created through a variety of lenses in photography I can bring to bear all of my previous experiences, passions and enthusiasm to showcase my world of beauty and wonder to a wider audience and help save our wildlife, one beast, bird and bee at a time.

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