Blog Category: landscape

Scenes of ’17

Scenes of ’17
A few new images to post this evening that I’ve shot throughout 2017. Recent weeks have felt a bit sparse photography wise, and not for a lack of effort. 1 or 2 trips yielded poor

New Works

New Works
It’s been a while since I wrote much on my blog here. In between work / home being busy, and actually shooting some images, then working with them, not had too much chance to

Monochromatic

Monochromatic
I’ve enjoyed processing a few of my images to Black and White in recent weeks – have to say I’m a big fan of effective mono images – the timeless feel that the lack of colour

Illuminated Moments

Illuminated Moments
My recent trip to the Swiss & French Alps was a fantastic experience. I was seeking some late winter mountain photography, and I found it, in abundance at altitude – below about

Mornings of Joy

Mornings of Joy
The season of mist, and fog is slowly coming around again in the South of England – spring always brings those mornings where the landscape of Sussex can look magical and

A Bump In A Squall

A Bump In A Squall
During my trip to Scotland, I’ve mentioned previously that there was a significant volume of low cloud prevalent in the area. On this particular day the peaks around the village
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