Author Archives: Adam Seward


Catherine & Ben, Killearn Village Hall

Catherine and Ben got married in Killearn Village Hall, near Loch Lomond. It was a chilly February day but most of the wintry showers fell while everyone was safely inside for the ceremony. The venue […]


Ian & Tessa, Castle Menzies

Ian and Tessa chose Castle Menzies for their wedding for the character of the castle and the beautiful gardens. They stuck to Plan A, having their ceremony in the walled garden despite a bit of […]


Farne Islands Shags

I visited the Farne Islands this week to photograph the amazing seabird spectacle. This is the time of year when most species have chicks to feed, so the place is full of activity as adults […]


Kate & Venu

A few weeks ago in May, Anna and I had the pleasure of photographing the wedding of Kate and Venu on the shores of Loch Tay, Perthshire. With kilts and saris, it was a fun […]


Isle of May

Having been thwarted from my attempt for a May visit to the Farne Islands by a brief spell of terrible weather, I was happy to have a trip to the Isle of May booked days […]


Work in Progress

Managing reserves for wildlife is part of the core work of Northumberland Wildlife Trust. These reserves are places where people can come and enjoy nature on their own doorstep and provide refuges for species that […]


Earthinfocus 2014 calendar

Our Earthinfocus 2014 calendar is full of beautiful images of British wildlife and landscapes. For just £10 plus postage (£2.00 within the UK; £5.50 to the rest of Europe; £7.50 to outside Europe), get this […]


Dalavich Ancient Oakwood

Last week, Anna and I spent a few days near Loch Awe in western Scotland. This is an area with an abundance of coastline, freshwater, woodland, hills and wildlife. Fortunately we were too late in […]


Wheatear survival

Back in September I wrote a blog in which I introduced my research work on the wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe). Today I’m going to delve a bit further into this work, focusing on how food availability […]


A Model Migrant

Millions of birds are now embarking on journeys to distant wintering grounds. Wheatears, distant relatives of the robin to which they are similar in size, undertake extraordinary migrations of several thousands of kilometres. Most extreme […]