In the realm of human perception, rats often occupy a realm of negativity, associated with disease, pests, and urban squalor. However, beneath this veil of misconception lies a fascinating world of intelligence, social complexity, and ecological significance. Through my photographic journey into a compost heap, I've captured images that unveil the hidden charm of these creatures, challenging ingrained perceptions and fostering a deeper appreciation for their unique existence. In this week's blog we will delve into the fascinating world of rat photography and capture the charm and intelligence of these often-misunderstood creatures.
As I ventured into the compost heap, the air was filled with the earthy aroma of decaying organic matter. It was a hidden world teeming with life, a microcosm of nature's resilience amidst the backdrop of our urban landscapes. And there, amidst the remnants of our daily lives, I encountered them – the rats...
Autumn is a truly magical time of year, with its stunning orange landscapes, fantastic fungi, and super sunrises and sunsets. But with the season passing by so quickly, it's important to make the most of it and capture its beauty in stunning photos
In this weeks blog post, we'll explore everything you need to know about photographing autumn, from choosing the right camera gear to finding the perfect subjects. I'll also provide tips for capturing stunning landscapes, fungi, and birds.
Jacob J. Watson-Howland, often referred to as Nature with Jacob, is a passionate nature photographer, filmmaker, content creator, and writer who is dedicated to sharing the beauty of the natural world with others.