Against the golden glow of early sunrise, magnificent birds and loving horses create striking silhouettes in the salt marshes of Britain.
Lone mute swans glide over calm rivers, while a grey heron sits still on the spindly branch of a tree.
Elsewhere, Canada Geese are caught reflected in the illuminated river, while two horses on a nearby hillside seemingly kiss - caught unaware in the morning light.
Taken in the Crayford Marshes of Bexley, Kent, these silhouettes capture the beauty of nature as it wakes.
Wildlife artist and photographer Adrian Campfield lives just a short distance from the marsh. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE.
Pictured: A flock of Canada Geese fly over the River Darent in Kent.
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