I was lucky to have a week exploring the beautiful country of Slovenia in October, as the Autumn colours were beginning to come through in the landscapes. My visit encompassed Ljubljana, Lake Bled, Lake Bohinj, Triglav National Park, Vršič Pass, … Continue reading
A few days exploring the Polish city of Krakow as well as the Auschwitz / Birkenau Concentration Camps…
2 days in September exploring the sights of the Austrian capital city Vienna. I was particularly looking to photograph the architecture, from the old and classical such as the Austrian National Library and Opera Houses, to the modern Vienna University … Continue reading
Photography from earlier this year in the Spanish towns of Cádiz and Matalascañas. This was the first trip working with a Mavic drone exploring the possibilities of aerial photography.
I was last on the tiny island of Burano 12 years ago, still working with film; a Hasselblad Xpan and Nikon F80, both loaded with Fuji Velvia ISO 50 or 100. Now it is such a different photographic landscape, working with digital means I could begin my pictures at ISO 400 to cope with the overcast conditions, and then as it brightened up, get back to an optimum ISO of 64-100. Back when I was shooting exclusively on film I would have been constrained to either carrying a tripod everywhere, or having to work at uncomfortably wide apertures. Nowadays a visit to somewhere as unique and colourful as Burano is more of an Instagram shoot than anything else, for most young visitors. The buildings were originally painted in such a variety of colours to help their fishermen find their way home on the regular foggy days encountered in this part of the Adriatic Sea.
I visited the Estonian capital city of Tallinn last year for a few days, here are my best photographs of this rising Baltic destination…
8 Days in this divine part of the world, enjoying the fine food and beautiful architecture. Here are a selection of my favorite images the first few days exploring Naples, a city often overlooked in favour of its more illustrious … Continue reading
Until the middle of the nineteenth century, Rotterdam was a modest town in the shadow of Dordrecht, Delft and Schiedam. The dam in the river Rotte, from which the city took its name was built around 1270. The railway links … Continue reading
I travelled down to Seville during Easter to document the Semana Santa processions which take place every year in the Andalucian capital. Here are a few of my favourites, will also add a curated selection to the Projects gallery on … Continue reading