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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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In Sweden without a camera

There have been many, many times over the last seven or eight years when I have been unable

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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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Brown carpets and rotating Y-fronts

Arrival in India 13-03-11: An airport is an airport is an airport. And Delhi airport is an airport.

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She Flirts With You

Much has been written about the relationship between the photographer and their subject. From the intimacy of portraiture,

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Ansel Adams at the National Maritime Museum

This is for those of you who have not been to see Ansel Adams: Photography from the Mountains

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Failed trips or the art of flexibility

Failure can be a strong word. It’s no big deal, and not something I am particularly hung up

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The Path Less Travelled?

Think of a landscape photographer and you may see Ansel Adams trekking up the side of a mountain

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Parading through a warzone

India 19-03-11: “You cannot go down there.” And who was I to argue with two uniformed policemen? This