The island of Nevis is one of the least well-known islands of the Caribbean. It certainly isn’t the most populated, with a population that currently stands at around twelve thousand. However, what it does have is an unspoilt beauty as far as the eye can see. It is known for it’s sandy beaches and fabulous […]
A “guerilla statue” of conscientious objector Archie Baxter, erected in Frank Kitts Park by Peace Action Wellington, stands out against a beautiful calm Wellington evening sky during the evening commute home. A contribution to Sylvain’s photo challenge with the theme of incongruous
With Game of Thrones just around the corner for many and hopefully my year long belief that Jon Snow is not permanently dead about to be proven right, I thought that I would do a special post full of entertaining and informative infographics for all fans of this epic tale. I hope you enjoy it […]
Setting off at midnight from home to Heathrow, a flight to Lisbon and then flight from Lisbon, having been about to take off and then having our take off aborted due to a technical fault and then changing planes, I found myself, 26 hours after I set off, in São Miguel, the largest island in […]
Taken by Bren Ryan This photograph was taken by St Margaret’s Church in High Halstow, near Rochester, Kent and composed of 6 photos at different exposures. I then merged them in Photomatix and added an autumn tone to the picture, by using a preset in Photomatix and once the photograph was re-imported back to Lightroom…
Although the path here at Le Loc’h is only four or five metres above the beach, there were many sections along the coast where the track followed the edge of the cliff quite closely. I never felt in any danger of falling, but if you don’t have a head for heights, this may not be…
Brandenburg Gate, Potsdam.