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Blog: Field Notes

September 30, 2013

Big Cypress Reserve with Clyde Butcher

This Autumn, whilst in Florida for our Honeymoon, I had the good fortune to go on into Clyde Butchers' back yard -- quite literally! For those not familiar, Clyde's been documenting the glades and Big Cypress reserve for decades in stunning black and white.

Having joined one of his excursions, we set out at dawn into the (very dark) Big Cypress…

February 18, 2013

Sunset over Woolacombe

Sunset over Woolacombe

A winter's sunset over a cover near Woolacombe delivered just the conditions I'd been after at for a while. Having visited the area around a few years back, I'd been struck by the potential for landscape photography in the numerous bays and coves along this stretch of the Devon coast.

Woolacombe's long (faily photographically boring) sands are flanked by numerous coves, all full of tidal pools, giant rock stacks and jutting black shard like mountians of ancient…

December 29, 2012

Portraits of Havana

Portraits of Havana

Whilst digging around my photography archive, I found some street photography taken during a trip to Cuba way back when in 2008.

Wandering around the side streets of the Habana Veija in the Havana Old Town, there are countless colourful characters, so I dug out my high school pidgeon Spanish, made a few cadjoles with the Canon 300d and dabbled with a few portraits give our travel plans didn't take us through the countryside for any landscape action.

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November 1, 2012

Porthnevonder beach at sunrise

Porthnevonder beach at sunrise

Initially I visited Porthcurno to shoot ther clean white coves with the classic Logan's Rock backdrop. Whilst a classic Cornwall landscape, I was conscious or it being a little done, so i was loathe to repeat it.

2 days tramping along the coastal path, I kept finding my eyes continually drawn to the other features that dominate the coastal path here. Thick groves of gorse, interspersed with now colourful clumps of grasses on the autumn turn. The giant granite boulders, covered with…

October 18, 2012

Sunset at the Crown Mine Engine Houses

Sunset at the Crown Mine Engine Houses

Very few places lay bare Cornwall's mining history in such dramatic fashion as the remains at Botallack.

These two engine houses perch precipitously at the base of the steep cliff, hemmed in by deep narrow sea inlets (known locally as zawns) and pounded by the Atlantic.

Cornwall is littered with relics of it's tin mining past, but these engine houses near Botallack certainly have location on their side when it comes to landscape photography. At their peak, they pumped…

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