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Paul Cameron’s Cameron the Capercaillie

30 Jan

My Mum has joined facebook. She loves Scottish Wildlife and follows a few photography pages including ‘Paul Cameron Images‘. I had an excited phone call from her to say he’d posted a beautiful picture of a capercaille as his wildlife highlight of 2016:

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Not only that, she’d commented on this picture, saying how beautiful it was and how lucky he was to see a capercaillie and she told him about my book ‘Can’t -Dance-Cameron: A Scottish Capercaillie Story’. She then proceeded to tell me the most exciting thing was, he’d replied with this:

Can’t Dance Cameron – my wife bought me your daughter’s book for my Christmas last year. She says I can’t dance but I say what does she know?!! And yes, I consider myself to be very, very lucky to have encountered one of these beautiful birds and even luckier to have had my camera equipment with me.

Brilliant! Thanks Paul, you made my Mum very happy!

Find Paul Cameron Images on facebook here. My facebook Emily Dodd author page is here

 
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