Here are some pictures of a trip through the Scottish Isles. Starting in the Shetlands, we travelled down through to the Orkneys, then through the Hebrides, criss-crossing “The Minch” as we wend our way, dodging the worst of the weather to end in Dublin. Continue reading “The Scottish Isles”
‘Paysages Spirituels’ is a new series of land- and sea-scapes focussing on the feelings that can be evoked by the world around us. The first series features views of the Cycladic Islands of Greece Continue reading “Paysages Spirituels: Cycladic Islands”
One of those moments where everything just seems to be right; beautiful light and still air to make the waters of the Loch smooth (with no sight of Nessie!). The panorama shot featured here gives you a sense of the view, but I think the diptych presented below would be my preference for how to present this view. Continue reading “A view of Loch Ness”
Old Man Storr is an unique rock formation on the north-east coast of the Isle of Skye. It is one of the most visited spots on the Isle. The question is, what happened to its woodlands? Continue reading “Old Man Storr’s Missing Woodland”
Hadrian’s Wall extends from coast to coast, and this part of the wall at Cawfields Crags is the best preserved section of the wall remaining to us. Why did Hadrian build his walls?
Continue reading “Hadrian’s Wall, England”
Yes a murder scene (continued on from getting a cup of tea, but first lets set the scene a bit. Continue reading “Sunday afternoon stroll in the English countryside”