Here’s my latest print, taken during my recent mini campervan adventure round the Jurassic Coast.
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I wouldn’t say I felt the full force of the winter lockdown, but I certainly didn’t waste too much time once it lifted before jumping in the camper and heading out for a week’s mini photography adventure around the Jurassic Coast.
I’ve finally finished uploading my work from my photographic adventures around Scotland, when I jumped in the camper armed with my camera and a few basics (mostly Pot Noodles) and drove around seeking the best photographic locations I could find.
This is Carrick Bay in SW Scotland, a stonking location for photography, or just perching yourself on the cliffs and watching the tide roll in
All this wet and windy weather has got me thinking back to
my photographic adventure in Scotland…
Here’s my latest photograph, taken on a walk to alleviate a hefty case of cabin fever.
I recently went on a short campervanning break in the New Forest, and with that single sentence, I have become undeniably middle-aged.
My photographic tastes are changing…
My photograph from the time that Corfe Castle literally disappeared in before my eyes!
A slightly disappointing sunset yesterday, although after a completely white sky for much of the day, I was lucky to at least to get some definition in the clouds. This allowed for a spot of improvisation and a last-minute switch of tactics to a black and white long exposure. Hurst Castle is out at the… Read more
The leaves are turning brown, the sun’s lining up nicely with the coastline, it can mean only one thing…