What can you do? You line up a shot of a fantastic mirror lake, then a bunch of ducks fly in and splash down right in the middle!
posted on May 31, 2007
Le Marche is my favourite region in Italy. Offida has a beautiful historic centre, but probably the most stunning building in town is the Church of Santa Maria…
posted on May 30, 2007
I think Venice is one of the truly magical cities in the world.
posted on May 28, 2007
“The risk of love is loss, and the price of loss is grief - But the pain of grief Is only a shadow When compared with the pain Of never risking love.”
posted on May 27, 2007
For me, this is one of the most beautiful villages in England and the locals have done all they can to try and retain its unspoiled charm. Look at the picture…
posted on May 26, 2007
The black volcanic sand went on for miles; empty with no other soul in sight.
posted on May 25, 2007
I walked the 10km or so round the base of the rock, beginning at dawn. The rock turned orange as the sun began to rise and I took this picture of the moon…
posted on May 24, 2007
Most of the pictures of Cathedral Cove that I have seen naturally show the huge rock arch which gives the cove its name but once you walk through the arch you…
posted on May 23, 2007
Long way home
The poppies were in bloom and I stood by the side of the road watching the shepherd leading his flock down the steep hillside towards the valley below.
posted on May 22, 2007
England, with all thy faults...
“England, with all thy faults I love thee still” - William Cowper (1785) I wanted a classic English landscape; something reminiscent of John Constable or Thomas…
posted on May 21, 2007
The darkness and the light
“A book should serve as the ice-axe for the seas frozen within our soul…” Franz Kafka Everywhere in Prague you see the juxtaposition of these two iconic images;…
posted on May 20, 2007