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Swarm

It was as simple as ‘get to the top of Finland and turn left’.  At least that is

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Blink and you’ll miss it

Iceland. Never has the essence of a country so closely resembled the way in which I see the

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Under the Stars in Madagascar

There are times when writing about memories from as far back as my eighteenth year feels wrong. How

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Viewpoints

The Rooftop Collective exhibition edition VI Tempus Fugit. So they say. Here we are again, another Rooftop Collective

Memories

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There were stars in the sea

There is something magical about being in the zone. When you have a camera in your hand and

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Wild swimming in Romania

Deep in the heart of the Carpathians, Kate and I parked our van. We were in a field

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Alter Egos in the Dunes

I have often wondered what it was in particular that attracted me to photography. What it was that

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Zen and the Art of Midge Maintenance

Scotland is famous for many wonderful things… Scotland is also famous for it’s midges. I had, of course,

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Exhibition at the Strand Gallery from 28-05-12

I am extremely pleased and excited to be able to officially announce that I will be holding a

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Luck led to Normandy – by Barbara Wace

Written by Barbara in April 1995: When the Allied invasion became a certainty and the only question was

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Equipment and Materials used – A Nikkormat Camera

A Nikkormat I was given a Nikkormat body and a couple of lenses including a 50mm for, I

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His Savage Eyes

by Rebecca Lori: Over time humanity has forged a powerful relationship with its surrounding landscape. So much so,