This blog post is coming slightly later than I hoped but I have only recently finished processing my images. I spent few weeks in Cyprus during summer visiting family and friends. I also managed to find some time to do astrophotography as well. Even though Cyprus is a small island, there is still plenty of […]Read more "Bit of Astrophotography"
I am thrilled to announce that two of my images have been commended in this year’s Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, organized by Take a View. They will be included in the “Landscape Photographer of the Year 2013” collection which comes out at the end of October. They will also be displayed at the […]Read more "LPOTY 2013"
I first had the idea to do a startrails photo at Burrow Mump at the end of 2011. The fields around the mump are usually flooded in winter to prevent overflowing of rivers Tone & Parret. This creates a beautiful scenery for landscape photographers like me. To get the picture I had in mind, I […]Read more "Burrow Mump Startrails"
I am back from an epic Arctic Adventure with Antony Spencer, David Clapp and 9 other like minded photographers! During the 10 days of the trip, we visited Sweden, Finland and Norway and drove around 2500km (that’s 1500 miles!). That is a very long distance to cover on roads covered in snow and ice. We […]Read more "Epic Arctic Adventure"
I’d like to start by admitting that I am terrible at keeping up to date with my blog posts. I have been meaning to write about some of my trips from the last few months, but I just didn’t have time to sit down and write about them. Hopefully I will catch up though. Right, […]Read more "Transit of Venus 2012"
Last weekend, I embarked on a great adventure. On Friday night, weather forecast at Brecon Beacons looked perfect. It should have been snowing all day friday and overnight, it should clear leaving blue skies next day. Based on this information, I decided to go for a sunrise up on Brecon Beacons. Of course, this meant […]Read more "Brecon Beacons"
We finally had some snow in Somerset beginning of February. Even though it was only on higher grounds, it was enough to make the whole landscape look interesting. I spent the last weekend up on the Quantock Hills trying to make the most of the snowy landscape. It was bitterly cold up on the hills […]Read more "Snow"