Photographed from the viewing tower on the hill at Gurten.
A photo I took a year ago today reminds me to put down the lighting gear and head out with just a camera and a pair of comfortable shoes, to capture the light which needs no help.
A panoramic view of the small, remote town of Malfa on the Italian island of Salina.
I've been meaning to spend a little time to sit down and really get to grips with the High Dynamic Range editing process. For the unititiated, the HDR is a photo which contains detail within a much wider range of tones than is possible through an individual shot, from deep shadows to bright highlights.
Spring flowers in bloom in the small copse near the house where I grew up.
Taken from the road to Letham on my second trip to see Jo, in spring 2005.
The lowest of the three stations along the Eiger Run sledging route, beneath the massive cliffs of the Eiger itself.
The new 6-seater chairlift running from to the base of the north wall of the Eiger, photographed from the Eiger Run sledge track above Grindelwald.
Mist rising from the lake during the early morning in Brienz, Switzerland. Photograph taken in 2005.
A photo and video from the Eiger Run sledge route, between the mountain-top hamlet of Kleine Scheidegg and tourist centre at Grindelwald.
Shot from near the train station in Spiez this morning, just as the first rays of sun found a way through the clouds to illuminate the town.
One of my favourite aspects of our home in Spiez is the fact that we have such interesting and ever-changing views across the town and up to the wood behind our house. It’s particularly lovely to look out of the windows late at night, when neighbouring homes are sinking into darkness and when the surrounding area is so silent.
One of my favourite finds during my lunchtime walks around the city of Bern, this park is a haven of quiet and surrounded by a mix of views and architecture from the earlier part of the 20th century and onwards.
Jo and I go sledging in subzero temperatures from Kleine Scheidegg to Grindelwald, along a hairpin 7.5 km route through the forests beneath the north wall of the Eiger.