I’ve just realised that I’ve been blogging for six months! Doesn’t time fly? I haven’t quite managed one a week, and a few of my posts haven’t been photos, but the gallery above documents the images I’ve blogged about so far. If you click on the photo, you’ll be taken to the attachment page where you can scroll through the images, and if you scroll down the page, you’ll also see the URL for the blog post. (Still haven’t worked out how to make the pictures link to the to post itself and still work within the post too…any ideas?)

To summarise, besides the photo and some description of the process, I’ve blogged about geomorphology, geology, glaciology, limestone karst, fieldwork, tourism, castles, mountain walking, challenge walking, word clouds and even (opportunistically) the Tour de France. My images have been taken in the Welsh Marches, the Brecon Beacons, the Black Mountains, Snowdonia (including the Glyderau, Cadair Idris and Snowdon itself), the (English) Lake District, the Isle of Skye, the Arrochar Alps, the Burren, the Dingle Peninsula, Mont Blanc, Le Semnoz/Les Bauges and in the Valais Alps. Their subjects include: woodland and forestry, mountains, lakes, rivers and waterfalls, snow and ice, seascapes, autumn colour and generally wild landscapes featuring interesting/dramatic lighting. I hope you’ve enjoyed my blog so far, please keep watching this space -I’ve still got loads of photos and subjects to talk about!

By the way, remember that all of these images, and a number of others, are available to buy at my Photobox Gallery. If you’re interested, please see the Price List for details of cost. Should you choose to buy, and I’d be grateful if you did, the final prints will be at your chosen dimensions on FujiFilm Crystal Archive digital photographic paper as standard. (Professional Type DPII -200 grams per square metre). If you choose the ‘Pro Paper‘ (where available), images will be printed on Crystal Archive Digital Paper Type II 249 gsm silver halide paper (16% thicker than standard paper), with noticeably sharper images & text and latent image stability for lasting quality. They can also be printed without the black border and text (inc. signature) by request.


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