Stalking Brown Hares

Stalking Brown Hares
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Easily disturbed, the brown hare is a subject that requires considered fieldwork from wildlife photographers seeking out their outsized ears. Mark Hamblin talks alternative tactics and methods to guarantee a great shot of these creatures

There is something about a hare’s outsized ears that makes it appealing and like its mountain cousin, which I featured last time around, the brown hare is justifiably popular with photographers. My early attempts at trying to capture hares on film – yes, it was that long ago – were largely unsuccessful, mainly as a result of my incompetence in the art of...



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