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Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios

This issue our 4×4 landscape photography portfolio feature is from subscribers: Beatrice Moltani, Dibs McCallum, Paul Hetzel & Steve Gledhill. Continue reading → more

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Home Skies

The sky offers an infinitely and continually varied landscape (ok, skyscape) delivered to me wherever I happen to be, at home or away, on every single day of the year. Continue reading → more

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A minimalist view of Yellowstone National Park

The weather can be brutally cold and snowy, markedly reducing the number of visitors. This, in turn, leads to a special solitude. Continue reading → more

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Night Bunkers

For my 3rd-year dissertation piece I started off with photographing the occasional pillbox and bunker in Norfolk, as my theme developed I found I was driving over 500 miles over 2 nights around East Anglia to document all the WW2 structures that I find interesting in both location and appearance. Continue reading → more

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A Midwinter Day’s Dream

I use photography as a medium for self-expression and as a way to channel and confront my emotions and deal with my inner struggles. Continue reading → more

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Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios

This issue our 4×4 landscape photography portfolio feature is from subscribers: Kieran Metcalfe, Luke Dell, Tim Prebble & Waldemar Matusik Continue reading → more

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The Forth Bridges

My portfolio shows beauty great engineering of The Forth Bridges taken from both South (Port Edgar) and North Queensferry late night or early morning. Continue reading → more

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Wanders with my XPAN

Aldous Huxley once said “My father considered a walk among the mountains as the equivalent of churchgoing” and if that walk also involves my XPAN and microphones then it is the only church I belong to. Continue reading → more

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A morning in the Grand Canyon

Wildfires on the North Rim meant that smoke was flowing down into the canyon which was picked out by the rays from the rising sun, and the final image shows how it was filling vast swathes of the area. Beautiful to see, but a sobering sight. Continue reading → more

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The Last Winter

During the snowy weather in January I decided that I would take my drone and shoot the iconic power stations of Ironbridge. Continue reading → more

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Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios

This issue our 4×4 landscape photography portfolio feature is from subscribers: Daniel Wheeler, David Ashcroft, David Cole & Harvey Lloyd-Thomas. Continue reading → more

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Roads in the Landscape

Many landscape photographers, myself included, often try to exclude man-made structures from our images, notwithstanding that the wider landscape itself may be the result of long-term human intervention. Continue reading → more

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Norfolk Broads on misty February mornings

A visit to the Norfolk Broads at the end of February coincided with a spell of misty, frosty mornings and blue skies during the daytime. Continue reading → more

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Puzzlewood

The geological features on show at Puzzlewood are known as scowles. Scowles originated through the erosion of natural cave systems formed in the carboniferous limestone many millions of years ago. Continue reading → more

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With Trees

Trees possess unique qualities that I’m often in wonderment about. It’s always a joy to photograph them and watch how they change from season to season. Continue reading → more

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