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February 2017:

With the exception of winter snow scenes, the month of January is traditionally a quiet period in terms of our style of landscape photographic capture. However this January, in the hope of capturing some real winter snow scenes, we decided to venture north to Oban and explore Glencoe, Glen Etive and the island of Kerrera. Although we missed out on the stereotypical chocolate-box winter scenes, no trip through the mountains of Glencoe is wasted - especially for landscape photographers. The lack of snow topped mountains and valleys were compensated with ever-changing light conditions. Glen Etive, a valley now famous for its part in the Skyfall movie, rewarded us with dark brooding cloud covered peaks, lochs and rivers. All of which proved to be superb backdrops for the occasional appearance of wild deer. Walking on the isle of Kerrera supplied both of us with sole cleansing solitude, whilst the historic Gylen Castle is a picturesque (and some say haunted) foreground to the islands rugged southern coastline. Other northern scenes included the picturesque town of Oban, the Bridge over the Atlantic on the isle of Seil and the Nether Largie Standing Stones at Kilmartin. The month of January concluded with some local walks and photography, on Cheshire’s Sandstone Trail, and the Shropshire Union Canal. All recent (and previous) images from the above excursions can be viewed by clicking on the links below.

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If our current style of photography seems a little sedate for the more adventurous among you, then images from our previous careers as military photographers may provide an insight into why we now prefer the tranquillity of landscape photography. To view images from our military career please click on the following link:  Click here…

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New for 2017: Contemporary UK Landscape Images

We have decided to publish our, previously unseen, portfolio of High Dynamic Range (HDR) images of UK urban and rural landscape scenes. These highly artistic images are ideal for customers who are looking for something a little bit different for use as book covers, travel articles or even wall art. Our portfolio contains over two thousands of these images, which are currently only available by contacting us direct.  The following links will generate a slide show of High Dynamic Range (HDR) artistic contemporary images, depicting UK landscapes scenes in England, Scotland and Wales.