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One of the things I have some across as a travelling photographer is that as soon as people find out your a photographer they would love it if you could just take some photos of this and that. My reaction to this has always been to cringe, my mind racing to the gear I don’t […]

Breaking a long silence on my blog with a series of images I took last week. These bicycles I found up on the range above Mclaren Vale in South Australia. Beautiful.      

Win a Ipad 16GB with the MedGadget photography competition. They are accepting all types of medical photography and illustrations from anyone. Check out their MedGadget Photography & Photoshop Competition webpage for more details. I have had a browse of my hardrive and come up with a couple of images, all you have to do is […]

Emily and I spent a weekend surfing down at Llangennith Bay.  One of the evenings we were down there the typical wet welsh weather abated so we grabbed our wellies and headed to the beach for a quick walk along the sands.  I was glad I grabbed my camera when the late sun and clouds […]

One of the advantages of living in the middle of nowhere in the English Lakes is that we have plenty of wildlife chilling around.  I am no wildlife photographer but early this spring we had loads of young birds of the feathered variety on our bird table outside our lounge window. They didn’t seem to […]

Opportunism n. [Cf. F. opportunisme.] The art or practice of taking advantage of opportunities or circumstances, or of seeking immediate advantage with little regard for ultimate consequences. I always keep my camera or any camera I can close to hand.  You never know when you may need it! This evening while playing around with the HDR […]