I decided to go out with my camera this Saturday evening, as I haven’t been out for several months it was pretty much a spur of the moment decision, , knowing that the tide […]
Everytime I visit Skye I cannot resist the lure of Elgol. This particular trip I visited it on 3 different evenings, the first of which was how I’d always seen it – at low […]
A few from a recent return trip to Scotland, more to follow.
The Three Sistors of Glencoe.
Elgol Beach SunsetGolden Water
It’s 2 weeks into the New Year and I finally get out with my camera, a distinct lack of enthusiasm of late largely due to the run of poor weather.
These were taken on the […]
A couple from the last week of 2013 during a brief lull in the stormy weather that has been lashing Britain in recent weeks.
2014 has carried on from where 2013 left off with even […]
Wishing you all a great Christmas and a happy and prosperous new year!
I decided on taking a walk along the beach at Bognor Regis the other afternoon, very little wind but rather cold. I’ve processed this first image as a b&w because the sky was so […]
The other evening I decided to call into Bosham and drove around the harbour and creek, as the the sun sets so far to the South now My favourite spot is no longer viable […]
I’ve often been asked “how do you choose your shutter speed when photographing waterfalls?” The answer to that is I cheat! by that, I mean I have a ball park figure – typically 1/3s […]
My small tribute to all those that have fallen in conflicts around the world.For many years I’ve been meaning to visit the crash site of U.S.A.A.F. B-24-H Liberator Bomber, SN:42-95095 which crashed by the […]
Visible Landscape celebrates its 5th birthday in less than 2 months time – 25th Dec. I decided on a revamp and a new look for it and I have been busy recently making some […]
Time seems to be flying by at the moment for some reason, can’t believe how long it is since my last post. During the recent May day Bank Holiday Monday I made a trip […]
How the weather keeps changing – dry, wet, cold, warm, snow, gales, whatever next. Anyway we’ve found ourselves with another sprinkling of snow – not the normal wet stuff, but the dry powdery kind. […]