Taking my new tripod and neutral density filters for a walk in the forests above Beatenberg.
Filming and photographing at the mountain-top restaurant made famous by James Bond.
Taking a little too much air to take things off my mind.
Aerial video sequences of a frozen lake in the sunshine, near Fribourg in Switzerland.
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Aerial sequences of the quiet and peaceful Diemtigal Valley in Switzerland.
The longest and hardest hike in Switzerland I've managed to date, captured in photos and video.
The sun shines through a small hole in the rock face of the Eiger at Grindelwald for a couple of minutes, twice every year.
It’s been a very difficult year, but the sadness has been diluted a little with some lovely memories along the way. Here’s to a better 2019.
The farewell photo of my fourth office desk in Switzerland, before I start afresh in the Bernese Oberland.
The Wetterhorn Aufzug in Grindelwald took visitors up towards the Wetterhorn until 1915.
Wide vistas with blue skies and imposing mountains may be good camera fodder, but they can also become a bit monotonous.
My second “vlog”, from Flims in Graubünden.
I was intrigued by this effect. Although the photo looks like green sand, the ripples are actually light and shade cast by the sun on the rippling surface of the lake.
British photographer and videographer Thomas Heaton visits three of my favourite locations in Switzerland.
A little bit of the Scottish Highlands in Switzerland.
One of the phrases which comes down from generation to generation in Britain, which is used when seeing dark, stormy clouds in the distance. Quick online research shows that the phrase dates back to the 19th century at least, but there appears to be no clear indication of its initial origin.
In an unassuming bit of forest in the Jura mountains, a small road leads between the towns of Sonceboz and Tavannes, which leads up and over a small pass between the two neighbouring valleys. In the woods just before you get to Tavannes is a band of limestone cliff, in which there is an arch, through which a footpath passes.
Obstinacy got me past a viewpoint I had aimed for and gave me the opportunity to capture a wonderfully dramatic alternative image.
Short sequence of aerial views of Faulensee in Switzerland.