Some of my best photography in recent years has been in the mountains…
Author Archives: Andrew
Late in the summer I visited the port city of Essaouira in Morocco.
My return visit to the magical country of Ireland.
The low hanging Winter sunlight can open up some great photographic opportunities.
The Portuguese island of Madeira in the Atlantic Ocean.
After years of resisting and resenting the craft I’m finally dappling in movies
Architectural study of the Olympic Park and Aquatics Centre plus some action cycling shots from London Nocturne.
Well Bruges in Flanders, Belgium – what a truly delightful city.
If you like grey and wet British landscapes, then you’re in for a treat in this post…
It’s a condition that afflicts quite a number of photographers and probably hobbyists of all types (although mostly male I would guess). Gear acquisition syndrome (GAS), essentially involves becoming caught up in the latest photography technology trends and lusting after … Continue reading
My first Notting Hill Carnival, some others from around London and a few from Yorkshire
My return to North Eastern Italy where I first really caught the photography bug around ten years ago now…