Landscape photography can be a painstaking and all-consuming pursuit of light-on-land; requiring great motivation, planning, and stamina. But it also has the potential to be the most rewarding discipline of all, when things come together to form a good image.
I have a few local places I like to visit, from Bedfordshire and my surrounding areas which feature here. In addition to those, I’ve been lucky enough to visit some of the most spectacular landscapes around the world; from the UK, Europe and Scandinavia, to British Columbia. The landscapes which most capture my imagination are forests, followed by mountains, and seascapes.
Silver Birch WallSilver Birch PanoramaLoughrigg Fell SunsetA car ferry passing through the Aurlandsfjord arm of the Sognefjord in NorwayLandscape photo of the clouds over the Aurlandsfjord arm of the Sognefjord in NorwaySkuleskogen Treescape (Wide)Skuleskogen ForestA birch tree wood, shrouded in mist.Reynisfjara SeasReynisfjara StormWave photography to look like oil paintingThe sun sets behind the bluebell wood, highlighting the bluebells carpetPanorama of a bluebell wood, as sunset approaches; painting the bluebells purple and goldSunset in a bluebell wood, shown in black and whiteThe low sun is setting behind the trees and bluebells of a Bedfordshire woodlandBeech tree woodland with green leaves, and a bluebell carpet.The sun lighting up a pathway through a springtime bluebell wood.wide-aspect photo of a bluebell wood, with blurred tree movementThe sunlight cloud casting a shadow over the impressive North face of the EigerLauterbrunnen Valley, as seen from Mannlichen, Switzerland

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