Archive for the ‘Landscape’ Category

A rough sea

Posted: May 22, 2018 in Landscape, Natural History, Norfolk, UK


During the recent trip to Norfolk, Keitha and I experienced a day with 60 mph winds and driving rain. We avoided the coast that day, but the following morning we went down to the front and although the winds had dropped the sea was still rough.



It makes you wonder what it was like there on the day of the gale?

The first day of Spring

Posted: March 1, 2018 in Landscape, London, Natural History, UK


err…. think someone forgot to tell the weather here in the UK!!!

Highlights of 2017: Skies

Posted: January 24, 2018 in Landscape, Natural History, UK

Regular readers will know that I love photographing skies particularly at sunset and I saw some wonderful ones in 2017

Some great Monochrome images. I have been doing some monochrome images for a project recently and have been surprised how much more effective monochrome images can be when compared to the same image in colour.


I have had a week without any walks but it has given me the opportunity to catch up on my photography and review some of my images of walks in the Yorkshire Dales.

I have converted the images to Monochrome which reminded me of the many happy hours I spent in the darkroom back in the 80’s.

B. Cairn on Twistleton Scar

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Some more photos taken on the wildlife photography course, but this time on more general subjects.


Posted: October 25, 2017 in Landscape, Natural History

What a wonderful Sunset

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Magical sunset on lake Sochagota, the way of the sun.

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Norfolk Skies (2)

Posted: October 19, 2017 in Landscape, Natural History, Norfolk, UK


Some more cloudscapes from our recent trip to Norfolk

Norfolk Skies (1)

Posted: October 18, 2017 in Landscape, Natural History, Norfolk, UK



Regular readers will know I have a fascination with skies. On our recent trip to Norfolk, the mixed weather we encountered certainly gave me lots of opportunity for photographing the wonderful cloud formations

Turbulent waters

Posted: August 30, 2017 in Landscape, Natural History

On the way back from Southend on the Jacob Marley, I became fascinated with the water being ejected from the boat.


The Sydney Opera House

Posted: July 3, 2017 in Landscape

One of the world’s iconic and easily recognised buildings

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The iconic Sydney Opera House, as seen from Toronga Zoo.

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