Category Archives: landscape

When a little white dust changes everything…

The first time I saw snow I was in my early twenties. Still to this day I get giddy excitement when they suggest any hope of even a light dusting! One day I will have to visit somewhere where the snow is deep and constant. I have to say that Vienna does look very pretty…

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Altaussee

When I first arrived in Austria and we travelled and stayed at our first Austrian lake I naively said to my husband that wouldn’t it be fun to travel around Austria with the goal of seeing all of the lakes. I then had absolutely no idea how many lakes there are in this country. So…

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Different windows different views

Every time we move to a new country I have to obviously find a new apartment to live in. I like living in apartments, I’m not a big house kinda girl. For me one of the most important things is that I have one window with a view of space. It doesn’t have to be…

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New Country New Views

When I first started photography I had a strong love for panoramic photographs. I always was and always will be a big fan of Peter Lik and Charlie Waite’s photographs, both of whom would often produce amazing panoramic prints. I always wanted to try and create some myself but had no idea how to even…

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The Rut

If you are a fellow photographer you know what it’s like – the rut! That would be all I would need to say. We all have so many ways to deal with these ruts, and yes it is possible to get them over and over. But don’t panic they never last. I find for me…

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Staithes by the sea

The first thing that struck me about this town was that it was completely empty, we hardly saw another person. With these cute quirky little cobble street fishing villages that is very strange. I only saw Staithes with the tide out, I would have loved to have seen it with the tide it, I can…

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Helmsley, Knaresborough and bits in-between

When you stay anywhere you inevitably take lots of photographs of some places in-between, places you pass through, places you whizz around and never really have enough time in, places you have been to before and places you plan to one day see again. We had breakfast one morning in the market town of Helmsley…

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Grosmont – North Yorkshire Moors

Grosmont is a small village in the Esk Valley in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. It is home to the old steam trains that go from Whitby to Pickering. The trains were stopped and the station was closed in the 1960s but reopened in the 1970s thanks to the efforts of some steam train…

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