Iceland :: Departure, A Story of Loss
We were always full of words. There's a story in here somewhere.
England :: Lyveden New Bield
Begun by Sir Thomas Tresham to symbolise his Catholic faith, Lyveden remains incomplete and virtually unaltered since work stopped on his death in 1605.
Sunset at Tram Ton Pass near Sapa, Lào Cai Province, North-West Vietnam. This is Vietnam's highest mountain pass (1,900 metres) and it regularly has extreme winds as it acts as a dividing line between two weather fronts - on one side is Sapa which is about the coldest place in Vietnam and on the other is Lai Chau which is one of the warmest. I was perched on a rickety bamboo platform jutting over the edge of the cliff - what could possibly go wrong! There was only the odd moment when I was not completely enveloped in cloud - the whole day had been fog so thick in Sapa that you could not see across the road. So, much to the amusement of the locals I decided to see if the weather was any better at Tram Ton Pass and to try and get some sunset photos. I was at the pass for about an hour, and for about 45 minutes of that time I was completely enveloped in fog. These images reflect pretty much the only time I could take pictures (between cloud and wind gusts and the movement of the platform).
Norway :: The Bergen Railway
Taken through the double-glazed windows of a moving train on the Oslo to Bergen Railway
Water of Dunalastair :: Morning Mist
Early morning fog on Dunalastair Water
Water of Dunalastair :: Sunset
Sunset at Dunalastair Water, Scotland
Isle of Skye :: Carbost
A view of Carbost on the Minginish Peninsula with the Cuillins in the background.
Isle of Skye :: Sligachan
Photographs from around Sligachan
Isle of Skye :: Road to the Cuillins
On the Dunvegan Road toward Sligachan and the Cuillins
Iceland :: Vesturland
Photos of Snæfelsnes and Hvalfjörður in Vesturland, September 2013.