Travel Photography | Orkney part 2

The second in a two part series of travel photography from the haunting Orkney Islands in the north of Scotland. A very special place with so many amazing places to photograph. The main image here shows one of the famous lonely shipwrecks at Scapa Flow. You …

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Travel Photography | Orkney part 1

Orkney is a place I could see myself chilling when I eventually take my working shoes off for the last time. There is so much ancient history. I’ve heard a joke that everything in Orkney is 5000 years old. It is incredible how many standing stones, …

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Travel Photography | Climbing in Skye

It’s the thought that counts. Isn’t that what they say? We were heading with our best friends for a relaxing camping holiday (or so I thought) when Donna announced a lovely surprise for me. A two day rock climbing course. The perfect gift for someone with …

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Travel Photography | Las Vegas

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas…except for travel photography. We were in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the worlds biggest wedding and portrait photographer’s gathering (WPPI) on an all expenses paid celebration after we won the Licentiate competition at the British Professional Photography Awards in ’08. …

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Travel Photojournalism | Hong Kong People Get Around

Another travel photojournalism fix. Hong Kong is an immovable skyscraper forest. Still Hong Kong has a moving population. Surrounded by stillness they prefer to move. People at markets, temples, windows, restaurants. People smoking, walking, playing games, shopping, working, sleeping standing upright, carrying dogs, travelling on trams …

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Travel Photography | Lagos Portugal

We were ready for more travel photography fun when we visited the Algarve region of Portugal. Lagos is a wonderful place to chill, eat some fantastic food and wash it down with Portuguese wines and beer. As beautiful as the beaches and old town within the …

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The rain poured down in Glencoe | Travel Photography

Good travel photography often incorporates an element of luck. There are never two days the same in Glencoe. In fact, the weather blows in and out so fast that you could be sunbathing and then 15 minutes later be inside your tent holding on to the …

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Skyscrapers in Hong Kong | Part 2 | Travel Photography

Here is a second set of images based around the skyline of Hong Kong. To view part one of Skyscrapers in Hong Kong go here. To view street portraits in Hong Kong go here.

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Skyscrapers in Hong Kong | Part 1 | Travel Photography

I grew up in the countryside. That’s probably why I fled to big cities when I was younger. I talked in an earlier post (on Scottish Islands) about the feelings involved in travel photography in rural wild environments. I’m equally fascinated by landscapes created almost entirely …

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