LPOTY 2014

It’s that time of the year again. The Landscape photographer of the year competition deadline is coming up. While selecting images for this year’s competition it is a good time to review how my photography has evolved over the last year. While there are at least of couple classic images in the collection, I think …

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Lake District

Two weeks ago I had a weekend with my wife in the Lake district. Here some images taken during our time there. While I didn’t manage to get out with the tripod and filters (I didn’t feel like that would be appreciated by the other member of the party) I still got a few images …

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Skye with Light Stalkers

I have just been on a photography workshop in Skye, Harris and Lewis with Glen Campbell from Light Stalkers Scotland. I had a really good time and I learnt a few new things. We went to some of the most spectacular places. Included in this post are images from my time on Skye. Above is …

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LPOTY 2013

With only 8 days left I finally got my act together to submit some of my photos to the Landscape Photographer of the year competition. I’ve never entered this before so had a number of images I could use, especially as you’re allowed to use images taken in the last 5 years. Anyway here are …

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Favourite Places #3

Les Angles is a ski resort in the Pyrénées-Orientales in France. Four years ago I took a sabbatical from work and moved with my family across there. We stayed for 10 months in the village, taking in a season of skiing and enjoying the quiet of off season. It was during my stay in the …

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Favourite Places #2

Kilcreggan pier is the last traditional wooden pier on the Clyde that is open all year round. A regular ferry from Gourock to Kilcreggan makes use of it. We have a great view of it from our holiday cottage and because of that it has become a favoured subject of mine, most likely through laziness …

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Rosneath Peninsula Hill Walk

Last Saturday we walked the top end of the Rosneath hill path that starts on the Peaton Road and follows the east side of the Rosneath Peninsula all the way to its end at Kilcreggan. The Rosneath Peninsula is sandwiched between Gare Loch and Loch Long. This path looks over Gare Loch and the Faslane …

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