A really interesting theme for this week's 52 Week Photo Challenge. I have portrayed the theme in a couple of ways with my photos and as mentioned in my previous post - I even managed to get the camera out and snap an original, solely for the challenge!
The next stop in my aim to visit as many European countries as possible took me to Krakow, Poland. It was a very chilly visit with temperatures dropping to -8ºC at times.
Sunsets and sunrises will always be mesmerising. This is particularly true when visiting different countries. For this week's 52 Weeks Photo Challenge I have scoured some of my more successful and interesting sunrise photographs.
I love the use of reflection in photography and it also gave me a chance to look back through my photos from the last few years and reflect on how lucky I have been to visit some amazing places.
It was an easy one hour trek into the mountains from the nearby village of Hveragerði to a very active area filled with steam outlets, bubbling mud pools and steaming rivers. The area was absolutely breathtaking and the views were spectacular.
Day 2 of the Iceland trip took us 370km east of Reykjavik towards Jökulsárlón - A glacier lagoon on the south coast of Iceland. We made several stops along the way and thankfully, unlike Day 1 there were far fewer tourists along this trail.
Iceland has the most stunning and varied landscape I have ever seen. The country is a photographer's dream and for this reason my Iceland post is going to span 3 separate blog entries!
Everyone loves Autumn. A quick glimpse at Instagram is proof of this. There is only a couple of weeks to capture Autumn in all its glory before the heavy frosts and strong winds strip the trees of their colourful leaves...
A follow up to last month's post; 'Oh Deer!' This time shot in Bushy Park at about 4pm. There was a really nice warm light on the park and a moody dark sky...
For me, no school holiday is complete without a trip to central London. It is easy to forget how lucky I am to live just half an hour away from this incredible city...