Category Archives: Travel

Encroaching

I can’t for the life of me remember where this little village was. I know it was in Italy. Or Austria. Pretty sure it was Italy though. After a while all of these picturesque villages started to look the same, … Continue reading

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Faroe Friend

The Faroe Islands is a treat for photographers. It’s packed with stunning, diverse landscapes with changeable weather conditions offering a lot of variety in what you are shooting. I was pretty spoilt when I did a trip there last year … Continue reading

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Limides Landscape

It’s been a couple of months since I returned from my trip to the Dolomites and thought I would look through a couple of images. I can’t remember the exact time we got up this morning, but pretty sure it … Continue reading

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Suspended

Ta Prohm in the Angkor Wat complex is a fascinating place. Though you may not recognise it by name, you have no doubt seen images of the temples overrun by nature which is reclaiming the land that was built upon … Continue reading

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Trevi

The Trevi Fountain in Rome is quite magnificent, and was luckily one of the iconic sights in the eternal city which had completed the work it was having done to it and so was unimpeded by scaffold or hoarding (the … Continue reading

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The Pantheon

I found the Pantheon to be quite unassuming from the outside. Sure, it looked quite nice sitting there by the Piazza della Rotonda, a nice fountain in the front and an annoying piece of scaffold on the left hand side … Continue reading

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Twins

I find the heat debilitating. I would much rather be out and about in a cold environment than a hot one, especially when it comes to photography. Of course there is that perfect heat where you can wander around effortlessly; … Continue reading

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