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The Colours of Bryce Canyon

I’m just back from a two week trip to the South West United States where I photographed extensively in California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona with three superb photographers from Bristol. One of the highlights of our travels was undoubtedly the Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah.

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The End of Another Year: Looking Back at 2015

Rain is hammering down outside as I write and I’ve just read a couple of ‘what I did in 2015’ blogs which prompted me to add one. Some photographic distinctions eluded me in 2015 but I finally completed the paperwork for an AFIAP and enough of my images have now been accepted in international salons for me to apply for the EFIAP in a month or two.

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The Delights of the North Norfolk Coastline

I have been visiting Norfolk for about 30 years now and every visits still feels as fresh and exciting as the first. There is a beautiful simplicity in the combination of flintstone, red pantiled roofs and green fields giving on to the salt marshes and immense beaches.

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Searching for The Light

That’s what photographers do and sometimes it’s hard to find or to recognise. It is good to avoid bright sunlight and blue skies which lack drama but give unpleasantly contrasty shadows.