Oh Hermanus you broke our hearts. Whales, whales, whales. From the shore, from a boat. You managed to thwart us at every turn. But you are a photogenic place, so I still love you.Read More Gallery: 20 Photographs of Hermanus that do not feature any whales.
Valencia plays host to some fascinating buildings but one area in particular is home to to some fantastic modern architecture. The City of Arts and Science is well worth taking time to visit. Apart from the simply taking time to walk the area and admire the way the buildings seem to rise out of the […]Read More Photo Gallery of the Week: MUSEO DE LAS CIENCIAS
Cuenca’s Old Town is a charming UNESCO Heritage listed medieval fortified city located a couple of hours outside of Madrid. Following a hike through the nearby geological park and a hearty late lunch. I spent the late afternoon strolling through streets and passages that feel untouched from its heyday. Placed high up in the hills, […]Read More Gallery: Cuenca Walled Town
Walking through the market Riga Central Market was akin to peering into some of my earliest childhood memories. The hustle & bustle of the clothe stalls took me brought back flashes of infancy; barely remembered snatches of toddling around Blyth Market surrounded by fabrics on all sides. Inside, colourful stalls filled with fruits, cheeses, meats, […]Read More Photo (Gallery) of the Week: Riga Central Market
Some shots taken today on an early winter walk with my rarely used Fuji X30 as I wanted to shake off some photography ring rust on a day off from work. It was a nice (yet cold) walk and a good test of my new gloves. I was going to add some commentary around this, […]Read More Gallery: A walk around Guernsey Reservoir
I tend not to return to places that I’ve visited because there are far too many other places that I’ve yet to visit. One exception to this rule is Amsterdam, a city that I fell in love with when I first went in December 2016. For Christmas week in 2017 I returned to a very […]Read More Gallery: Amsterdam in Black and White