Tag Archives: travel photography


Photography at the Great Mosque of Córdoba (the Mezquita)

Photographing in public places like this is always a bit tricky…. the crowds are always in the way (!), the fact that, unless you have pre-arranged, you cant really carry a tripod, and above all else, EVERY single person in the world has already done the shot you want

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Autumn at East Prawle

What a year for REAL seasons in the countryside of Britain.  We had a real cold winter, a wet spring, a LONG hot summer and now a colourful autumn. 

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Winter walk in East Prawle, Devon

Winter Walk by John Clare

The holly bush, a sober lump of green,
Shines through the leafless shrubs all brown and grey,
And smiles at winter be it eer so keen
With all the leafy luxury of May.

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Florence, Italy

For the heart of man beat higher That day in Florence,

flooding all her streets And piazzas with a tumult and desire.

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Travel Photography in Italy

I went to shoot a couple of hotels in Tuscany back in May, and spent much of my ‘spare’ time doing some travel and lifestyle images.

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Stock Photography in France

I have just returned from France, primarily to shoot a couple of beautiful houses, but also to shoot some stock images for my photo library Alamy.

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“Venice is the most romantic place in the world but it’s even better when there is no one around” Woody Allen

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Salcombe, South Devon

Just one of my favourite views, thats all! Salcombe is a busy holiday village that used to be a real working fishing village…. its now a ridiculously expensive holiday haven, and a view like this explains why that is.

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Washing day, Venice style..

Photography of Venice, Italy on washing day. Very clean photography

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Self-Catering Photography in Cornwall

Just photographed this cute little place in St Ives last week… handy for the beach and perfect for a family. This is Kittiwake Cottage and I shot it in half a day.

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