• Diamonds

    A beach full of diamonds. Ok, well not quite. But there is a place in Iceland that is commonly known as Diamond Beach, where the ice that has fallen from a nearby Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon end up on the beach. There are hundreds of icebergs of varying sizes on this beach. Even chunks small enough …

  • Didcot Demolition 2

    An earlier post of Didcot Demolition, I captured the moment the towers were falling. This photo was taken in the early hours of the morning, before sunrise. It is one of the last moments the residents of Oxfordshire, well those that were awake, saw before the explosives were activated and down they came. And the …

  • Rocks

    I do like playing about with long exposures. I like the effect you can create, especially from water and clouds. I probably spend too much time when out and about trying to get the right photo. Always wanting to go to locations that will allow me the opportunity to do such photos. Much the annoyance …

  • Uluru

    Uluru, probably one of the most famous, most popular and most photograph monuments in the Northern Territory of Australia. Where the best times to visit this monument is either at sunset or sunrise when the temperatures are cooler than during the day along with the hundreds of other tourists. The shear size of this thing …

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