Tag Archives: Photography

Beautiful Sonoran Desert

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument on the US/Mexican border, a place of amazing desert plants, quiet solitude, beautiful sunshine and occasional, dramatic rain, but also where reminders of political tensions are never too far away. A strange and beguiling place … Continue reading

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Mesquite Sand Dunes, Death Valley National Park

On a recent road trip throughout the Sonoran Desert of Arizona and Southern California we paused in this stunning place to wait for sunset

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Hills and habitats

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Always nice to rummage in a mountain farm blanket bog with the magnificent Tryfan in view

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Alps and glaciers, Chamonix/Mont Blanc

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East Meets West

The Siberian airmass arrived on the very Western edge of Wales this week, bringing with it snows, ice, and thousands upon thousands of birds we rarely see in such numbers. Redwing, lapwing, fieldfare and golden plover driven to the edge … Continue reading

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Thoughts, deeds, music

Up here, on the roof of Snowdonia, we have restored the blanket bog and protected the largest and deepest area of peat in Wales. Not only is this good for increasingly rare birds such as curlew and hen harrier, but … Continue reading

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Amazing desert landscape in Arches National Park, Utah

Loved it here, it was absolutely silent, like nowhere else I’ve ever been, stunning

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Beautiful Utah desert

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Beautiful Grand Tetons

Just back from a great road trip around the Mid-West USA. Amazing contrasts in landscapes and weather. The Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming was beautiful, cold (snowing at times), remote, haunting…hiking in the land of the Grizzly Bear and … Continue reading

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