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Scotland portfolioThe changes in the amount and quality of light from moment to moment never fails to amaze me. I especially like the months from November around to March
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Kings Langley set portfolioFour images of the lane outside my village, where I walk most days. The combination of light and form have produced what I think are wonderful pictures, right on my doorstep.
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The Brighton Five portfolioA study of 5 shots, taken on an extraordinary day in February. It wasn't just the weather that was unusual, the light was too.
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Camber portfolioCamber Sands...a few images to celebrate the end of 2 years hard work, with thanks to the 'Usual Suspects' at London University's Birkbeck College
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Skye portfolioSkye, so atmospheric, so beautiful, but often difficult to capture with the clous and rain. Here are a few taken in April. Comments always welcome..Enjoy.
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The Uists portfolioA rewarding week on these beutiful and remote Isles left me with some interesting images. I'll leave you to decide whether or not they are good.
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The West of England portfolioA portfolio attempting to reflect my very long connection with this part of England
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The Best Images portfolio
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A Different View portfolioImages in this portfolio differ in style and concept from the usual way I go about things.
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Kiev: Ukraine portfolioKiev, the capital of Ukraine, is an interesting city, and I took the opportunity to create some images whilst I was here on other business (see the Chernobyl Gallery).
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Canyon De Chelly portfolio
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Monument Valley portfolio
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Travels Down Under portfolioImages from Australia and New Zealand, 2018
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UZBEKISTAN Silk Routes portfolio
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TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY: TURKEY portfolioI offer a different type of image: interesting shots of the places that I have been priviledged to visit. These are not classic, long exposure shots, the likes of which can be found in the other portfolios. I think they offer something of the moment. These are available for travel books and magazines.
This is devoted to Turkey. The shots offer a perspective of Istanbul, parts of the Old Silk Route and Cappadoccia. Comments, are of course, very welcome.
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New York portfolioA short visit allowed me to capture my impressions. I will be uploading a few here over the next couple of weeks
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Borneo portfolioA Sabah Scrap Book. I was fortuneate enough to get loads of shots of Pygmy Elephants and Orang Utangs. If you don't see what you want here, contact me.
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TRAVEL: The English Lakes portfolio
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Chernobyl portfolioChernobyl, 1986, Reactor no 4 (of 6) exploded. A sarcophagus was built over the deadly debris. It would last for 30 years. Those years are up in 2016. The new sarcophagus isn't finished. I recall stories at the time of the evacuation of the nearby village of Pripryat (or Prypriat). It wasn't a village, 50,000 people lived there. Pripryat was built in 1970, a new town, an atomic town. The average age was 25. It had 5 schools, swimming pools, a stadium and a supermarket. A Soviet model. Dozens of villages were left empty, 120,000 people were evacuated. Images quality varies, conditions were mixed, and time there is limited (10 minutes is allowed at the nuclear plant, and 1 hour at Pripryat,) but I hope they tell a story.
Images will be exhibited at The Old Town Hall Hemel Hempstead Nov 18- Dec 24, 2013, and at the Royal Geographical Society in November 2014. Email or leave a message for more details.
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Unsustainable Cities? the on-line 2014 RGS Exhibition portfolio'Unsustainable Cities?' was my well received 2014 Exhibition at the Royal Geographical Society in London. It ran for a week and attracted about 1000 visitors. The 'Open Event' on 12th November, was full of diverse people in terms of age and backgrounds. For me that was the highlight. During the show, we ran a 'Wall of Thought' where visitors could put up their reactions to the images. There were 80 or so post-its. The only negative response, which occurred a few times, was that the font on the labels was too small. My aim here is to show all of the 43 photos which made the show, the labels, a few shots which didn't meet the final cut, and in a separate blog, I'll put up all the post-its. Please bear with me as this may take a while with a catch-up period in my day job, and a holiday getting in between.
If you didn't see the original show and want to comment, please let me know and I'll add it to the blog. There are many people I need to thank, but here I'll just mention Kiran Patel who supported me all the way through, Sean Patel-Gould who did the same, Ellie Thompson whose graphics and project management were brilliant, Jane Thompson and David Steward, and Annette, Denise, Sophie and Mark at the RGS.
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The Wild Side portfolioExciting wildlife images from around the world. If you don't see what you like, contact me, I have for example dozens of wild Polar Bear shots. I do not take shots of zoo animals.
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The Arctic portfolioI store my archives in an external hard drive. In the last couple of weeks it froze. I couldn't get it to speak to my Mac. Thankfully, Martin, my IT 'fixer', fixed it. This has given me the opportunity to go back over old files and publish some for the first time. This portfolio, 'The Arctic' contains images from 2008. I didn't have the equipment that I now have, but I still think that these images are worth a look. As always, I welcome comments.