I was recently in Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt. Snorkelling in the Red Sea was incredible!
I captured this with my phone, not having my camera with me. I’ll never be foolish enough to go to such a spectacularly beautiful place without my camera again! If you like this shot why not visit my redbubble page and buy yourself a print?
This is an old one, but one of my favourites. It’s from ‘Gamla Stan’, the old part of Stockholm. Stockholm has to be one of the most photogenic places I’ve visited, I was lucky enough to have some time there and got some of my favourite pictures.
This is the ‘Galleria Italia’ inside the AGO – Art Gallery of Toronto in Canada. We had an amazing day there, although it would take a lot more than a day to see the whole gallery! Sadly, when I was there the usual photography exhibition was closed. It was amusing though to get directions to
A couple of guys seem to be looking toward the church reflected in this modern tower block, which they aren’t of course. It’s interesting to see the older buildings dotted in between the high rises and skyscrapers of a big city like Toronto, where this was taken. You don’t realise how old everything in the
Another of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls of the Niagara River. From the top again this time, looking down as if you were about to sail right over the edge. Glad to say I didn’t! It’s hard to get an idea of the sheer scale of the falls from this image, but I love it nonetheless.
The Maid of the Mist boat at Niagara Falls. I did take a trip on the boat, no photos though because you get completely soaked on the trip to the bottom of the horseshoe falls.
I was lucky enough recently to visit Canada and while I was there the famous falls. This was one of the shots I got while I was there. Apart from getting soaked in the mist, not getting tourists in your photos is probably the trickiest thing! It’s a spectacular sight though and well worth a