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[41-365] 15th September 2020- I spotted this group of ferns today, which are growing on a down-pipe in the middle of our busy High Street. I must have walked…

Corellas are not quite as big as their close relative the cockatoo but they're just as vocal as their larger cousins.

Despite all the great advice, I am not one who necessarily chases for the best light. I would say that I prefer to visit places and take the best photographs I…

This is a 180° panoramic view from our summer house in western Norway. It is merged from 8 or 9 images (I don't remember exactly, because I deleted them …

This is the RNLI lifeboat station at Moelfre, Anglesey, Wales. It was taken at 3:15pm on the 9th of August 2020. The photo was shot in RAW and post-developed…

I took a recent visit to one of my favoroute places to walk, a long the coastal path between two Cornish villages called Downderry and Portwrinkle. Although the…

The 35mm Leica Summilux-M ASPH FLE continues to amaze me. Every shot I take with this lens turns into something special. I love the filmatic look, especially…

No matter what your background is, no matter where you come from, one thing that most people will agree on, is that we all love the coast. From its wide-open…

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Now that we are slowly coming out of lockdown I took a trip out to a place called Looe in Cornwall, Looe is about thirty minutes from where I live. Since being…

It's so nice to get out and see the sunset over the sea again. I can't think of a nicer place to social distance than coastal East Kent.
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