Gare du Nord, near Avignon, Provence Tour, France
I was hoping for some overcast conditions and we really lucked out…so much so we had a torrential downpour as we arrived. We had a 20 minute walk and I felt it could be some great light so I got the group to start walking in the rain … .maybe a few grumblings were heard….Not long after we started walking the rain stopped and the light started…wonderful cloud cover with subtle orange coming through the arch.
Loch Fada, Isle of Skye Tour, Scotland
We had our fair share of rain and wind on this tour but we kept at it and we were rewarded with a still morning and great sky on the last day. Old man of Storr in the distance. A short distance from the hotel and a shorter walk made it an easy morning.
Gouganebarra, Kerry Tour, Ireland
For years we stayed in Killarney when running this tour which made sunrise at Gouganebarra too far to travel. Last year we changed it and stayed in Kenmare…at last…we could try and get a still sunrise at this iconic location. We didn’t get mist but we got some wonderful light and I was able to get down low to capture the reflected church and the wonderful colours to the right.
Harmony, Valensole, Provence Tour, France
There is nothing quite like the purple assault on the senses that lavender is when in bloom … .a truly multi sensory experience. The scent, the sound of the bees and those glorious purple lines leading to a lone tree all at that magical time of sunrise.
Snake Lake, Montenegro Tour
This lake is unique for its kaleidoscope patterns that its early stillness offers up. It’s a place that I have a strong reverence for and I like to start the shoot with a few moments of silence to help me drop into the zone and help immerse me in that astounding beauty! So many abstract options.
Dyrholaey, Iceland South Coast
Another iconic location…on this occasion we had snow, black sand, white water and an overcast sky … This all helped to make the image more monochromatic without desaturating much. I used the radial mask to help draw the eye to those famous stacks and the headland.
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