Villager Jim's Bobbin Robin

Villager Jim

 
Date Published :
January 2018
Publisher :
White Owl
Language:
English
Illustration :
120 color photographs
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9781526706799
Pages : 128
Dimensions : 6.5 X 9.5 inches
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$39.95

Overview
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Over many years, Villager Jim has gained the trust of a number of special birds and animals who have gradually taken it as second nature that a member of their own small world is a large chap with a camera!

Bobbin Robin and her friends have a huge social media audience, with tens of thousands of viewers following her weekly adventures from the RSPB and on Facebook.

Bobbin the robin has now become rather adept at posing for Jim, perching on various platforms for wherever Jim sits in his garden.

Open up the book to see the daily goings-on of these wildlife friends in some of Jim’s very best pictures taken in this beautiful setting. They illustrate the close relationship Jim has formed with Bobbin and her friends.

Jim’s lively captions express the mood and spontaneous character of each individual shot and are an essential element of what makes his pictures so special.

About The Author
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Over the past few years, Villager Jim has been avidly photographing the natural world in his own garden as well as in the beautiful countryside that surrounds his home in the Derbyshire Peak District. Amongst his subjects are pictures of his own beloved Labrador dogs as well as farmyard animals and the natural flora, fauna and spectacular landscapes around him.Having built up a huge international presence on Facebook, Jim’s thousands of followers enjoy his out of the ordinary compositions and the humorous angle of his captions.Jim has appeared on BBC’s Countryfile in 2014 and 2016, and was the editor’s choice in the British Wildlife Photography Awards in 2013. Winning a Springwatch competition (beating 50,000 others), his images are often shown by the Springwatch and Autumnwatch team. He is also an official Designated Photography Partner for the Peak District tourism board.In spite of his popularity, Villager Jim remains anonymous, while his photographs speak for themselves. Read more about him at www.villagerjimsshop.com, where you can also find a selection of greetings cards, calendars and many other items that feature his photographs.Follow Villager Jim's adventures on Facebook: www.facebook.com/villagerjim

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