My Images

Some of my personal favourite images; some taken recently, some taken years ago.
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First Light. As the sun rises, the golden light creeps up the beach and another day begins.  1/4s @ f/11, ISO100  0.6 ND Grad + Circular Polariser

First Light. As the sun rises, the golden light creeps up the beach and another day begins. 1/4s @ f/11, ISO100 0.6 ND Grad + Circular Polariser

There's something about a field of poppies - and when the sunset turns the clouds pink too...

There's something about a field of poppies - and when the sunset turns the clouds pink too...

Rocks & La Rocco II - from a recent trip to Jersey in the Channel Islands. Taken a few minutes after the rain had stopped. 1/4s @ f/11, ISO100. 0.9 ND Grad + Circular Polariser

Rocks & La Rocco II - from a recent trip to Jersey in the Channel Islands. Taken a few minutes after the rain had stopped. 1/4s @ f/11, ISO100. 0.9 ND Grad + Circular Polariser

Stourhead (asp07-5919) A favourite shot of a favourite garden (and published various times too).

Stourhead (asp07-5919) A favourite shot of a favourite garden (and published various times too).

Stormy St Aubin's dawn (asp100-1829) They say weather fronts give dramatic light; having stood in the rain for 40-mins, it was nice to see theory turn to reality.

Stormy St Aubin's dawn (asp100-1829) They say weather fronts give dramatic light; having stood in the rain for 40-mins, it was nice to see theory turn to reality.

Ibsley Common (asp100-2459) I had never been up here before, and was following a hunch. Got to love a gut feeling...

Ibsley Common (asp100-2459) I had never been up here before, and was following a hunch. Got to love a gut feeling...

So much texture and contrast, it just had to be mono.

So much texture and contrast, it just had to be mono.

Archirondel (asp100-1525) Double the glow :-)

Archirondel (asp100-1525) Double the glow :-)

Solitude (asp100-4669) The colour lasted only a matter of minutes....

Solitude (asp100-4669) The colour lasted only a matter of minutes....

Dawn at Bratley View (asp100-1951). Possibly the most photographed tree in the New Forest, but not often with such great light :-)

Dawn at Bratley View (asp100-1951). Possibly the most photographed tree in the New Forest, but not often with such great light :-)

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