Yesterday morning I spent with a good friend, shooting Kingfishers. Since we started early we had to deal with low light at the beginning. During the morning we had Kingfishers in direct sunlight, shadow and […]
As I have written in several blogs over the past years, the Northern Wheatear is in decline here in The Netherlands. As a breeding species, that is. During the migration period however, there’s many that […]
While shooting Eurasian Oystercatchers, I was lying on the beach. Suddenly a Common Ringed Plover (in Dutch “Bontbekplevier”) landed in front of me. For a brief moment it stood there, scanning the surroundings carefully. Vigilant […]
This time of year is the right time for meeting up with some old friends. Breeding along the northern shore lines, Ruddy Turnstones winter along ours. So, when visiting our coasts and harbours during fall […]
This spring I was able to frame chicks of several species: Little Ringed Plovers, Shelducks and Oystercatchers, among others. Also, for the first time, I saw and photographed the chicks of Black-winged Stilts. From a […]
Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa ? What the heck? Okay, I came across it when searching for the name of the snack this Cattle Egret was feasting on… A European Mole Cricket, at least I assume it’s the correct […]
Hans Overduin (1970) is an avid (wildlife) photographer and lives in The Netherlands. His work is widely published and is represented by Nature in Stock.
In 2015 he had his first international exhibition in the Bolinas Art Museum, California (USA)