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Arthur Edwards
I've been royal photographer at The Sun since 1977. I've photographed 7 royal weddings, 4 funerals, and 8 royal births
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Arthur Edwards Jul 8
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Arthur Edwards Jul 5
A Greater Spotted Woodpecker, extremely nervous visitor to my garden. Because of that, i had to I had to shoot this picture through glass
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Arthur Edwards Jul 5
Sending my pictures of Prince Charles during a royal visit to the West Indies twenty years ago
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Arthur Edwards Jul 4
Prince Harry and William visited a classroom and watch a lesson lit by oil lamps, ,for Herd Boys in Semongkong, Lesotho in June 2010.
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Arthur Edwards Jul 1
After4 months of isolation, it was nice to be back photographing my favourite member of the royal family
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Arthur Edwards Jun 27
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Arthur Edwards Jun 25
One Sparrow arrives at the bird feeder as another leaves. Meanwhile a Goldfinch is a bird on the wire watching
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Arthur Edwards Jun 23
I think you got most of them right. John wearing the tie made me laugh. He never wears a tie today unless he has too
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Arthur Edwards Jun 22
Hi Paula See if Martin can spot himself and name the others A
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Arthur Edwards Jun 21
My darling daughter Annmarie made me a Fathers Day present of my favourite Eccles cakes.
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Arthur Edwards Jun 21
A Greater Spotted Woodpecker, a rare and nervous visitor to my garden. I took this picture at 6am on the longest day of the year. Moments later Peter Collier, from Sydney, Australia, sent me his picture of a Kookaburra, on what was probably Australia's shortest day.
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phil dampier Jun 20
34 years after I started reporting on the royals good to be on the same spread today as the legendary Sun snapper ⁦⁩ who I first worked with in 1986!
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Arthur Edwards Jun 20
Birds spend most of their time looking for food.
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Arthur Edwards Jun 16
The Great Tit examines the damage the Squirrel did to my bird-feeder. Meanwhile the tiny Dunnock, and the young Sparrow get on with filling their belly's
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Arthur Edwards Jun 15
Sparrows queuing at the bird feeder for the recently fledged
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Arthur Edwards Jun 14
Adult dragonflies are characterized by large, multifaceted eyes, two pairs of strong, transparent wings, and an elongated body. Feeding off a Day Lily in my sisters garden
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Arthur Edwards Jun 14
A Great Tit and the tiny Blue Tit on my nut feeder.
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David Levenson Jun 9
Just found the negs for my first Royal job, Charles in Deptford 1979, for Fox Photos. Who is that young snapper in the back? (we both had hair in those days!)
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Arthur Edwards Jun 9
Replying to @winsoramos21
Art, This is the feeder/system I use. Called Ring Pull as it pulls apart very, very easily for cleaning. I bought in online Ring Pull Feeders - Buy the more expensive metal version at this link as it protects against squirrels
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Arthur Edwards Jun 9
The comings and goings of Tits and a Robin with young birds to feed
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