On Saturday 30th June, I spent about 5 hours in Margravine Cemetery, just opposite Charing Cross Hospital, trying to get photographs of the peregrine falcons that nest there. The two adults hatched three chicks about a month ago. One of these flew away, never to be seen again (at such a young age, it will have undoubtedly met an unfortunate demise).
From the photographer's point of view, it is very hard to get good pictures of peregrines. They are invariably high up in inaccessible places, which is a challenge for most lenses (at least the ones I can afford), or moving very quickly. These particular peregrines nest on the side of the building that does not face the sun, so are in relative darkness a lot of the time. This isn't a great picture, but is one of the better ones I managed to get.