Sniper To Snapper

A former sniper has traded his rifle for a long lens – and captured these stunning wildlife shots. Dedicated Craig Jones spent FOUR MONTHS painstakingly integrating himself into the habitat of owls he was photographing across the UK’s marshes. He donned his old army camouflage and employed the skills he learnt as a sniper in the Airborne forces. It meant he was able to become completely INVISIBLE to the wildlife around him, allowing him unrivalled access to them soaring.

A former sniper has traded his rifle for a long lens - and captured these stunning wildlife shots. Dedicated Craig Jones spent FOUR MONTHS painstakingly integrating himself into the habitat of owls he was photographing across the UK's marshes. He donned his old army camouflage and employed the skills he learnt as a sniper in the Airborne forces. It meant he was able to become completely INVISIBLE to the wildlife around him, allowing him unrivalled access to them soaring.

A former sniper has traded his rifle for a long lens - and captured these stunning wildlife shots. Dedicated Craig Jones spent FOUR MONTHS painstakingly integrating himself into the habitat of owls he was photographing across the UK's marshes. He donned his old army camouflage and employed the skills he learnt as a sniper in the Airborne forces. It meant he was able to become completely INVISIBLE to the wildlife around him, allowing him unrivalled access to them soaring.

A former sniper has traded his rifle for a long lens - and captured these stunning wildlife shots. Dedicated Craig Jones spent FOUR MONTHS painstakingly integrating himself into the habitat of owls he was photographing across the UK's marshes. He donned his old army camouflage and employed the skills he learnt as a sniper in the Airborne forces. It meant he was able to become completely INVISIBLE to the wildlife around him, allowing him unrivalled access to them soaring.

A former sniper has traded his rifle for a long lens - and captured these stunning wildlife shots. Dedicated Craig Jones spent FOUR MONTHS painstakingly integrating himself into the habitat of owls he was photographing across the UK's marshes. He donned his old army camouflage and employed the skills he learnt as a sniper in the Airborne forces. It meant he was able to become completely INVISIBLE to the wildlife around him, allowing him unrivalled access to them soaring.