While on a nice walk around the lake of Annecy in France, we spotted this family of Coots, a variety of Moorhens passing by on the water. The mum was constantly looking back to check out on the little ones and feeding them whenever she was catching some food for them.
Located between Albertville and Bourg Saint Maurice, the Roselend Valley is a paradise for the lovers of the outdoors. The roads are nice and winding and they’re surrounded by fields of natural flowers, waterfalls and flowing streams of water. In the middle of the valley sits the water dam with the stunning mountain peak overlooking… Continue Reading →
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On today’s photo walk we came up to Champagny Le Haut, it’s part of the Parc National de la Vanoise, so we went for a walk up the valley with the hope to get to see some wildlife. The place is known.. people say they keep spotting deer, mountain goats.. so we went up hiking and.. it’s been… Continue Reading →
While testing another Dslr Camera, I’ve made this short clip of birds filmed in northern Italy, birdwatching common birds like the sparrow and the goldfinch which are popular in the italian countryside. YouTube Channel: Fabulous Sport Outdoors Fabrizio Malisan Photography: http://www.FMphotos.co.uk Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/fabulouSport Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/fabulouSport Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/fabulouSport Wildlife Animals Nature Filming Tips Photography… Continue Reading →
Photography Tips for beginners – Which dslr camera to choose? On this occasion, I’ve tested the Canon 70D. Whether you are a beginner, an advanced photographer or one willing to become a better photographer, the Canon 70D is a great compromise. It’s an APS-c crop sensor, but the image quality is pretty good and you… Continue Reading →
I love wildlife..and this cute little animal came out as we were on walks in the Serra Morenica woods. It looked like he wanted to get noticed and photographed. We named it Spino. Then he went for a siesta underneath a tree, so I’ve managed to film it too. Please come back shortly to… Continue Reading →