Monthly Archives: August 2012
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA I hated Las Vegas, and I spent a bit too long sulking to take any decent photos. But keeping with my ‘Travel Memories from a year ago’ theme, here is one of my only shots of Vegas.
Yosemite National Park, California, USA As a tribute to Travel memories from a year ago post, here is a photo from a year ago. See more of Yosemite in a Photo Essay Here.
Long Acre, Covent Garden 3 British flags flying high, in a beautiful looking sky.
Bt Live Sites, Wenlock & Mandeville, GB success and how my day to day life wasn’t affected. Now all the waiting and worrying is over, the Olympics are drawing to a close as I write this I have barely noticed the Olympics around the city. I mean I haven’t seen anything in person, not even […]
To me home is the New Forest, Hampshire. I grew up in a little village called Woodgreen – not to be confused by the Woodgreen in London. It is in the middle of nowhere and you know everyone that lives there, it’s that kind of place. As a kid I loved knowing everyone but as […]
Read about my time at the Grand Canyon. These photos need no words. First Impressions Sunset Sunrise You might recognise this as a photo of the week, from a little while back.
Tower Bridge, London The Olympic rings shining in the sunshine last week, they look stunning.
After spending last night at the Grand Canyon and waking up at 5 am, we were all a bit sleeply heading in to monument valley. I was behind the wheel so the boys could sleep, driving from Arizona to Utah to this incredible place. As we got closer to our destination the land became more […]
Everyone has those everyday things they won’t leave the house without; here is what I won’t leave the country without 1. My SLR Camera – As a photographer this is my most prized possession, I would never go somewhere new without my camera for fear of missing a good shot. I currently use a Canon […]
The New Forest, Hampshire. I took this at the weekend on a trip back to my parents, it made me realise how little you see the stars in a city and how much I miss being able to look up at the sky and see them.