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An Andalucian Spring

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26 April 2017  
The view of Alhama de Granada amongst the olive trees on the hill above was a quintessential Andalucian classic.…
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Soaring High

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14 March 2017  
Take a second look at the image above. Do you see it bottom-right? It's an Andean Condor, soaring high over the Andes, tiny in the frame.…
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Quebrada de Humahuacha

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17 February 2017  
By the time we reached Leon I was starting to wonder why we were there. The guidebooks positively glowed about the region north of Jujuy, but...…
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Your Vision - January 2017

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10 January 2017  
Frost in the Piddle Valley; not much, but enough to tinge the fields white. I did see a heavier dusting a few miles north, should I go back?…
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Kingsbury Frost

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13 December 2016  
I awake in the gloom before dawn, and as always I play over in my mind what the day holds. Publishing schedules are crowding in, as ever, plus I've the Video Blog to edit, always a time-consuming task. Then I glance out of the window.…
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Into the Woods

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17 November 2016  
What to do when the leaden skies of November weigh heavy? Head into the woods, where the low contrast of that flat grey light becomes an asset.…
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Maple Leaves

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06 October 2016  
High above us; a squadron of Canada Geese flying south, maybe 30 birds in an immaculate double-V formation. It's a sign; autumn is here. But is it?…
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Royal Connections

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05 September 2016  
I am told that 'She' has the final say on all designs. Well, since her head is on all of them, I guess She would, wouldn't She?…
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The Power of the Print

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03 August 2016  
I'm spending the morning printing - and I'm loving it. I can't help hovering in expectation by the printer, peering at the image...…
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In or Out?

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04 July 2016  
Did you know that Azerbaijan is in Europe? It is, at least according to Mr Ecclestone - and for that matter, so is Australia, according to Eurovision.…
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Swan Lake

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24 May 2016  
The light at dawn was pretty uninspiring. We'd hung around on the banks of the lake for several hours, hoping for a glimmer. We grew colder waiting...…
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Legless in Paris

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21 April 2016  
It felt distinctly odd to be boarding the train to Paris without a tripod. Surely one of the most important items in a photographer's arsenal?…
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Your Vision 2016

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24 March 2016  
The winner of the f11 Member's Your Vision 2016 Competition: a young monk at Shwezigon Pagoda, Burma, by Jeremy Flint…
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The Chain Gang

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23 February 2016  
Meet The Chain Gang. That's them, otherwise known as our Iceland Winter 2016 Photo Adventure Guests, outside the mouth of Ao's Cave. Why Chain Gang? …
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Deep Purple

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13 January 2016  
The wind has dropped and there's a dramatic sky hanging over the lagoon which yesterday looked pink, due to the algae, but now in the dawn light...…
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The Sound of Shutters

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20 November 2015  
From all around I could hear the sound of clicking shutters emanating from in amongst the tall russet golden bracken...…
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In the Trenches - October 2015

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20 October 2015  
We're toiling up a lung bursting ascent, but with each step the views across the valley to the soaring pinnacles of the Dolomites open out a bit more.…
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All Roads Lead to East Grinstead

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15 September 2015  
It's a sign; they've stopped selling charcoal in our local supermarket. It can only mean one thing; summer's over. Time to hit the road then...…
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Another Misty Morning

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26 August 2015  
Ho hum, another misty morning near Milborne Port. I have lost count how many such shoots I've done around here...…
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la Canicule, July 2015

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16 July 2015  
What was this word flashing on the warning signs over the Autoroute more and more insistently as we neared Bordeaux? …
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