Our Aim

Colourflow Images was formed by a husband and wife team whose love of nature is captured through their photographic skills.  Using their photography they hope to bring nature to people and make them more aware of what is around them.


This is the main criteria of bird watching (not "twitching"), it will enable you to differentiate between the different species that you can see in your garden, local park, pond, rivers and estuaries.


All photographs displayed are available to purchase (please see the Services Section).

For artists looking for reference material.  If you do not see anything on the website please contact us with your requirements.

Working together

If you are looking to improve your bird identification skills then there are various organisations in your area which may offer a varied programme of field trips and indoor events. These meetings enable beginners to meet with local experts, to develop bird watching skills, advise on optical equipment and share their fascination for birds and the environment.

During the dark evenings of autumn and winter, they may even put on indoor lectures which will cover a variety of topics, with possibly speakers of national and international acclaim who are both entertaining and knowledgeable about their subject.


British Trust for Ornithology
The BTO contributes to bird conservation by combining professional and citizen science providing evidence of change in wildlife populations.

The largest nature conservation charity in the Country.