Wishing you a happy and safe holiday season!

///Wishing you a happy and safe holiday season!

wishing you a happy and safe holiday season

Wishing you a happy and safe holiday season as the holiday season is upon us.

James Doyle Photography would like to take this opportunity in wishing everyone a happy and safe holiday season. For many this means time with family and friends, food, gifts and perhaps time to get out with nature and maybe some photography.

I’d personally like to thank everyone for your support over the past year through your participation in my nature photography activities and I would like to extend my gratitude to all who have viewed and participated in my website offerings. I’m  grateful for your trust in James Doyle Photography and would like  to continue to serve your needs for many years to come.

2014, 2015, have been somewhat traumatic years for me personally but I am ready to get back in the saddle, as it were, in 2016. So much has changed in recent years both environmentally and for me personally, so we have to adapt and push on. I have plans underway for a trip to Tasmania in 2016 and to North Queensland, as well as field trips closer to home. So check the website from time to time and see if anything catches your eye.

During the holidays, I will still be around and out in the field photographing nature, with the exception of Christmas day. If you would like to book some tuition over the holidays, please do so, using the booking form or perhaps book a field trip. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me. If you are just looking for company on a fieldtrip for yourself, let me know.

Otherwise I hope you get the opportunity to get out into the field and make images yourselves.

May your viewfinder be filled with wonderful images.

Have a wonderful and safe Christmas and New Year holiday.
Looking forward to seeing you in the field in 2016!!!


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