We arrived at Titchwell carpark at 8.00 am where Bill ,Colin and Nigel had arrived prior to our arrival.
We discussed the basic principles of photography covering the various settings that we would be using during the day of photography. The weather was quite dull with a cool wind and i suggested that we use a least 400 ISO and maybe even 640 ISO.
We left the carpark and setoff towards the beach where we hoped to have close views of some of the waders that we mght see. The tide was just beginning to drop and the lack of birds on the beach was very disappointing with only a small number present. We walked back along the shoreline with the hope of taking pictures of the birds present but there was very little except a flock of Oystercatchers which where very flighty and did not allow close approach.
We headed back to the hides where we found the water level had dropped and the waders were now feeding in front of the hide which included Black Tailed Godwit, Avocet and Spotted Redshank.