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travel and landscape photographer and occasional international cycle tourist.
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Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK
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The 5 photos images in this section each belong to a set of images that depict a wider landscape, and evoke personal memories for me. Click the title to see the gallery. Click the image for a larger version.
The Transfagarasan road in Romania is one of the most spectacular roads in the world. I cycled up and down this mountain road and this is part of a series of photographs that depict that trip.
I once – by accident – cycle toured through Bosnia and Herzegovina in the middle of winter. I had to camp at an elevation of over 1000 meters at -15 degrees in a sleeping bag that had a temperature rating of +10 degrees!
David Cerny’s babies are a permanent feature in Prague’s skyline. The giant crawling baby sculptures have been seen in many places and have now found a welcoming home on the Zizkov Television Tower.
Lake Ohrid in Macedonia is a peaceful place to be in October, the tourists are dwindling and the air is still warm.
Photos from my daily PHOTOBLOG…
A traditional photoblog with new photography and old along with stories and descriptions of how and why the photography was taken. .
I don’t know why, but whenever I get to somewhere new and I won’t be hanging around for long, my instincts always hope for good weather. In reality, it doesn’t matter what the weather is because there will always be photos to be had…
This is a couple of years old, I pulled it out for the photo friday challenge! And it brought back memories of cycletouring over the border of Kosovo into Macedonia…
After a one way visit to Chinguetti by bicycle, I hired three camels and a guide so that I could walk back across the sand dunes of the Sahara…
Taken early morning, a farmworker walks along the side of a rural road on her way to work to pick maize on a smallholder farm…
This is the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire in England. It is said that this is the second most visited national park in the world! But it’s always easy to find places that are emmpty of people…
This is a flyover in Calais that I photographed when I was waiting for the ferry to Dover. Not a great deal to say about it except that the construction formed a nice set of shapes and shadows that made an appealing composition…
I always try to create an interesting composition when I take a photo. I don’t go out of my way to photograph dawn or dusk in remote places, although sometimes I do. But with this image…
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