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[27-365] 1st September 2020- This is a dual purpose 365 project and photo-walk today. Dartmouth is a small town in Devon, very popular with tourists and yet…

On Thursday afternoon for 20 minutes over 15mm of rain fell in Cork city & county. Roundabouts flooded, temporary waterfalls came in to being. I am in the…

With today being the best of the weather of my vacation or should I say "staycation" I was determined to get out at last to take some photographs. About an hour…

This harbour always had an end of the world feel about it to me. The Severn Estuary with it's second largest tidal range in the world is a hugely dangerous and…

I set out on a beautiful sunny day to drive for three hours to get to this place. The nearer I got the worse the weather got to the point where I almost turned…

The forecast for the afternoon was lightning & heavy rain so I scooted around the harbour. https://www.komoot.com/tour/202832340?ref=itd. Inner harbour cycle…

We headed south early this morning, on a mission to collect and deliver some plants to our parents. While we were in Sussex we took a short diversion down to…

Had a walk in the city, still pretty much empty. At the riverside there is a collection from some old cranes used for unloading ships. When walking under them…

With a few hours to spare before I started my course today I took a gentle drive along the Somerset coast, taking photos when I stopped. Just before lunch I…

I was going to share a road trip guide of the North Coast, however I've decided to share a small collection of my favorite places in Northern Ireland instead.…

On arrival in Boston for a street/urban photography workshop with Steve Simon it became immediately obvious that much of Boston's history was formed by the fact…

Back in Vancouver we took a stroll along Londsdale Quay in the late afternoon sun. A sculpture mimicking the mountains that surround the city
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