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THE LAND OF ICE AND FIRE - AN ICELANDIC VOYAGE - PART 2

 

27/11/2015

Coastal IcelandVolcanic Rocks, IcelandWild Horses, IcelandHorses Grazing, IcelandBird Cliffs, IcelandCliff Path Walk, IcelandSea Birds, IcelandTourists in IcelandFlatey Island, IcelandDrying Fish on Flatey IslandWhite Window, Blue Wall, Flatey IslandBasketball Court, Iceland

 

 

 

 

MONSTERA DELICIOSA - A PLANT STUDY

 

19/11/2015

 

Cheese Plant in sunlight. Plant study.Monstera deliciosa, a photograph from above.

 

 

 

 

AUTUMN LEAVES

 

17/11/2015

 

The Autumn leaves tell us of darker times ahead; Winter is close. These photographs were taken on a recent morning walk in Victoria Park in East London. Mist shrouded the streets and parks of London, giving the city a beautifully surreal and strangely timeless feel.

 

The portrait photograph is of a bare tree reveals its dark branches against the misty background. Autumn tuns to Winter as colours bloom before fading to grey. Photo take in Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets, London. A lanscape photograph of Victoria Park shrouded in mist. Tower blocks loom in the horizon and trees line the park, in faded colour.A landscape photograph of an empty football pitch shrouded in mist. The image was taken in Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets, London.A tree loses its coloured leaves, covering the round in a golden hue. This landscape photograph was taken in Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets, London.

 

 

 

 

THE LAND OF ICE AND FIRE - AN ICELANDIC VOYAGE

 

 

Here are a few images from my recent trip to Iceland. A vast and lonely landscape steeped in fantasy and mythology; I have yet to experience a country more awe inspiring and truly unique than this one. A photographers paradise of the highest order, I cannot wait to return.

Djupalonssandur-Beach Drive-West Icelandic-Church Flatey-Island Flatey-House Gerduberg-Icealnd West-Fjords-Roadtrip

 

A ROAD LESS TRAVELED




This series of images were taken on a recent trip to Ireland. Sometimes the smallest of roads lead to the most beautiful of places, In my experience turning off the beaten track is well worth the gamble.

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