Gethinthomas's Landscapes Posts

A great sunset this evening. At first there was nothing special, but I had a feeling if I waited long enough it might just change.

High Tide and Sunset coincide occasionally. You can't see them in the shadows but there are several paddle boarders out there making the most of high water…

I went down to the creek at high tide yesterday evening. It was mostly uninspiring light as it was quite dark and overcast until this letterbox of light…

Blorenge, also called The Blorenge, is a prominent mountain overlooking the valley of the River Usk in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, southeast Wales. It is…

These were a set of photos taken on a cross country walk through the Worcestershire countryside back in the summer of 2011. The walk was a circular walk, and…

Landcombe isn't really a place, it's more of a space where there was once land, which has over time been scooped out to make a very short very steep valley or…

Puzzlewood is an ancient woodland site and tourist attraction, near Coleford in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England. The site, covering 14 acres (5.7…

Yesterday was a beauty. Really warm and sunny, people swimming in the sea and it's nearly October. Today it is drizzly and grey which is more usual for this…

It has really been a month of fabulous sunsets. Tomorrow is the highest tide of the year but it will be forty five minutes later than this one so probably dark.…

......to a perfect day. There was fragrant wood smoke in the air tonight, that just added to the atmosphere. A couple of people, probably late holidaymakers,…

Here's another one. Although those are actually cattle not sheep just faintly visible in the dark. I know because I navigated that field this morning, carefully…

We are getting some great sunsets this week so here goes another one. Red sky at night, shepherds delight. Red sky in the morning, shepherds warning.

September is fast approaching. The harvest is either mostly in or flattened by the weather. The shadows are getting longer and it is noticeably cooler. Let's…

Just simply a collection of some of my favourite Iceland shots. I have recently started using Affinity for processing and editing. I find it so much better than…
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