Stonehenge revisited 2017

I visited Stonehenge ten years ago on my birthday (April 2007). This year, in 2017 my parents again asked me, what I would like do on my birthday. And again I said i would like to visit Stonehenge. We made the thirty minute drive to the henge from their home. I was taken a back... Continue Reading →

A journey north

On the way north... Angel of the North Bamburgh Castle A view of the sea from Bamburgh beach Bamburgh Castle coming up close, taken from the dunes The imposing walls of Bamburgh Castle, (Northumbria) Bamburgh Castle in the mist (taken from Holy Island)  

Palacios Nazaríes – Alhambra

A night visit to the Alhambra We waited patiently as the sun set over the Alhambra. As the light faded into the west, the sun dipping down below the horizon, spreading shadows across the walls of this majestic palace. The security man, lifted the barrier and we entered; for our night visit to the Alhambra....

Granada, Plaza del toros.

A Week in Spain On Saturday morning, we went to Granada's Plaza Del Toros; to have a look at the Bull Ring. There was no fight on at this time of day and the arena was closed; for cleaning. I asked the janitor who was hosing down the dust, if we could have a look... Continue Reading →

A week in Granada

Just recently, I flew to Malaga with a friend and we transferred to Granada by bus. I then spent a week in Granada photographing the city and the Al Hambra; with its imposing walls. What lay outside these walls was a beautiful and vibrant city with a lot of atmosphere. The temperatures were some days... Continue Reading →

Kathmandu Streets

"Kathmandu is alive, vibrant, magical a living city. I have never know a more colourfully textured, rich and aromatic place. To give it it's due, Kathmandu is a very busy place. Everybody seems either constantly on the move, or quite conversely - sitting through the heat of the midday sun. It is a peaceful city despite... Continue Reading →

Portmeirion, Wales

I've just come back from a weekend away in Wales. Part of the purpose of the trip was to test my new Canon EOS M. I always take a camera away with me when I'm camping but generally, I err on the side of caution. Not wishing to take any one of my expensive cameras,... Continue Reading →

The Hoover Dam

The Hoover Dam is situated on the border between the States of Nevada and Arizona. It is a concrete arch-gravity dam in the Black Canyon of the Colorado river. On the day I visited the temperatures were nearly 102 degrees - the baking sun reflecting off the concrete structure making it seem even hotter... It... Continue Reading →

Normandy Graveyard & Chapel

Normandy Crosses In July of this year (2013) I visited my sister in France. She lives in a farmhouse, which she developed herself, in a commune situated in Basse-Normandy. She chose this life for herself partly as a means of escaping from the rat-race I believe - something for which I am full of admiration.... Continue Reading →

The journey to Muktinath 2013

Muktinath is a sacred place both for Hindus and Buddhists. It is located in Muktinath Valley at an altitude of 3,710 meters at the foot of the Thorong La mountain pass, in the Himalayas. Hindus call the sacred place 'Mukti Kshetra', which means literally 'place of salvation'. This is because it is believed that if... Continue Reading →

Bhaktapur, Nepal 2012

Bhaktapur is an ancient 'Newari' town to the east corner of the Kathmandu Valley. Famed for its 'Durbar Square' which was the Royal palace of the kings of Nepal; the seat of ancient power. Bhaktapur is much quieter and less polluted than Kathmandu. There is an admission fee for entering the city which I paid... Continue Reading →

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