In between showers on the Isle of Skye, looking across at the Raasay and Rona from half way up to the Old Man of Storr.
Walking up to the Old Man of Storr, looking back over the Storr Lochs towards Raasay and Rona.
The Storr in the mist, if you look hard there are some very small people.
Sunrise from the harbour in Portree, Isle of Skye. A lovely place to be.
Looking back over the Storr Lochs on the Isle of Skye.
On my recent trip to Europe we travelled to the Isle of Skye, stopping at various places en route, this is the lovely Queen's View overlooking Loch Tummel near Pitlochry.
I am recently back from a trip to Europe and stopped for a couple of days on the Isle of Skye where I was born. This is on the way to the Old Man of Storr.
Sunrise on the way to Castle Hill with my local photographic club. A cold and early start but the local sheep seemed warm enough in the early morning light.
A long exposure shot of the Pancake Rocks at Punakaiki, the water was surging in towards high tide.
Another view from the Pancake Rocks at Punakaiki.
Looking out from the Pancake Rocks at Punakaiki.
The stunning Pancake Rocks at Punakaiki on the West Coast of New Zealand.At hight tide the waves crash into the blow holes producing spectacular spouts of water.
This is one from a series of images I am working on with some of the amazing cosplayers in and around Christchurch.
I spent Queen's Birthday weekend this year on the West Coast, at Punakaiki. This is a view over the pancake rocks, amazing blow holes and rock formations north of Greymouth.
My framed prints are ready for exhibition, still lots to do before the opening on 10th March but good progress. Titles to be made and I still need to finalise the order of the images when I put them up.
I am currently in the throws of preparing for an exhibition images with one of my photographic friends, Sharon Brophy. The exhibition is being held in the gallery at my local library here in Kaiapoi - Art on the Quay. The process of selecting, preparing and organising images is well underway but is taking quite a lot of time. We will be displaying images in a range of media, from traditional framed prints to metal, canvas, corrugated iron and wood.
The exhibition runs from the 10th March until the 21st April, more details will be found on my Facebook event page.
Taken on my first trip to Kaikoura since the earthquakes. Still a lovely place and lots of people enjoying it. This was a long exposure of the beach, sea and sky.
I took a trip to Wellington at New Year, somewhere I haven't been for a number of years. The weather when I arrived was much as I remember when I arrived there first from the UK, with low clouds over the city and green belt.
Sunset at Lake Tekapo, a long exposure of about 90 seconds to smooth out the water.
Just as the sun was setting over Lake Wanaka the last golden light was hitting the hills at the end of the lake.