Photography and travel are two big passisons of mine, so when I saw the BBC had highlighted entrants from The International Landcape Photographer of the year I just had to share my favourites with you. You can find the rest of the winners on the official competition website here, which were whittled down from 3,403 entries.
Last year Canary Wharf put on one heck of a light show. But as you’ll see from the photos below, it more than surpassed itself this year. Please feel free to say which one most got your attention.
A montage of some of the incredible photographs I’ve shared with you recently, when highlighting the sensational talents of photographers around the world. Have a wonderful 2020 everyone. Thanks to everyone who has continued to follow the blog. Peace and love to you all. As an added bonus for those curious, below are my five most popular posts from this year.
These were taken at the Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life Exhibition at the Tate Modern. Running until 5 January 2020, there are over 40 works by the Danish-Icelandic artist whose vast creativity stretches to including moss, glacial-melt water and fog in his artwork. I definitely recommend going if you’re anywhere near London.
It was only just over a month go that I did my last photography post (Gr8at: Wildlife Photographer of the Year), but I always like sharing great photographs with you all. These are from the 2019 British Ecological Society, as seen from on the Guardian website. Which do you think won? Do you have a favourite?
It’s been just over a month since I posted about my second book, and I can still feel that adrenalin buzz. When you can see people around the world buy copies and give lovely feedback it makes all the many drafts worth it. For the writers among you, please keep at it because it is worth it. For those interested the link is below, with availability in both Kindle and paperback form.
It’s my Poker nickname and he comes from my favourite video game so I just had to dress as Scorpion. Happy Halloween everyone.
Time for more professional animal photos. These are some of the finalists from The Natural History Museum annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 exhibition that I saw through The Evening Standard. Do you have a favourite?