This month the most important British nature conservation magazine called BIRDS , the RSPB’s members’ magazine, has published an article about the Danube Delta. The article features a few pictures of mine covering 6 full pages and is written by my friend Mark Day. Printed in about 1.100.000 copies this is great news for the Danube Delta as it raises public awareness about the problems the Europe’s largest wetland faces in this developing world.
I was happy and honoured to be able to contribute to this article as this magazine inspired me as a young lad to start taking pictures of birds. My father used to have a collection of magazine’s issues received from foreign friends, collection I was able to explore carefully as my father would always keep an eye on me not to damage the pages. At that time I didn’t even dream I could be able to become a photographer.
Felicitari Daniel, pentru cei ce vor sa citeasca articolul il gasesc aici http://www.rspb.org.uk/ourwork/casework/details.asp?id=tcm:9-227894
Mersi Romeo, nu este chiar ala articolul dar il voi posta aici deoarecea am PDF-ul. Acel articol se refera la cateva cazuri concrete din Delta Dunarii ex. – sosea Tulcea Sulina, Sosea grindul Chituc, constructii ilegale etc.
Just got the February edition of Birds magazine. Delighted to see the article on the Danube Delta, with your stunning photos gracing the pages. I adore the prime aerial shot and remember you showing me some of these shots after your photo shoot by aircraft during our last trip with you. Fantastic. I’m sure it will help to raise the profile of your area. Looking forward to another adventure with you this May. All the best wishes, Paul & Louise Hollinrake. Orkney Island Holidays.
Hi Danny Boy,
Wonderful pictures in the February edition of Birds magazine, the aerial shot is just brilliant. I was reading the magazine came to the Danube Delta and I knew they were your photos. I wish I was coming to Romania with Paul & Louise this May, sadly I will be at work. Keep up the good work. Best wishes to you. Jan
I am happy you liked the images and hope they bring nice memories to you and other readers. We will miss you in spring but I am sure some day you will be back. All the best for the new year. Daniel
Let me add my congratulations. I recognised the pelicans picture immediately – it’s already on Honeyguide’s website. We already have a full group this June, but this exposure should help bring in lots of interest for 2011.
Best wishes, Chris
Chris Durdin, Honeyguide Wildlife Holidays, http://www.honeyguide.co.uk