Posted on July 10, 2015
Large? You want large? Take a look at the human figures at bottom left of this image from Petra and you’ll get some idea of the scale of this monumental work.
Posted on July 3, 2015
In response to this week’s Black & White Challenge from Cee, here is an image of the extraordinarily intricate carving above the great door of Chartres Cathedral.
Posted on June 27, 2015
This week we’re asked ‘what subject do you turn to frequently, more inspired each time?’
Well, I don’t know about the ‘more inspired’ bit, but I do like a nice reflection: as I’ve described it before, Nature’s best buy-one-get-one-free deal. So, here are three images I’ve captured over the past couple of weeks.
The first was taken from a boat on the Dordogne River:
The second is from the same boat trip, but I flipped the image 90 degrees clockwise for a more dramatic efect
And finally, taken at a display by the Cadre Noir elite team at France’s National equestrian School in Saumur, a rider passes in front of a mirror
Posted on June 26, 2015
A view of the nearby village of Lesterps on a suitably overcast, monochrome kind of day.
Posted on June 20, 2015
All the colours of the rainbow – captured at the Blond Airshow last summer.
Posted on June 18, 2015
Five minutes walk down the road from here is this field, which last year had a late crop of maize. This year it’s been left fallow, but this is what it looked like in January.
Posted on June 13, 2015
In Abu Dhabi, August is off-season for anything to do with the beach – it’s just too hot. Which is why these pedalos were left high and dry on the sand until things started to cool off a bit.