Capturing and displaying God’s amazing creation.



Welcome to my photography website. I enjoy taking a wide range of photos, including panorama landscapes, night time images and especially nature photos that display God’s wonderful creation. In a world that seems obsessed with speed and instant […]

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A Moving Holiday, Part 3 – Esperance and Albany

On our second short (5 night) cruise, we left Perth on Sunday afternoon and headed south. After rounding Cape Leeuwin, the most south-westerly point of mainland Australia, we sailed east, to Esperance, which is around […]

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A Moving Holiday, Part Two – Cruising the Bight

Sea cruising was a new experience for us. Firstly, we spent four nights aboard the ‘Cruise Maritime Vessels’ (CMV) Astor. travelling from Adelaide to Perth, non stop. Then, after two nights in Perth, we again […]

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A Very Moving Holiday – Part One

In December 2017 we had a very moving holiday – out of 19 nights away, 12 of them we spent sleeping, or trying to sleep, while travelling. Four nights on a cruise ship crossing the […]

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Reflections from the Mighty Murray River

The Murray River is the longest river in Australia and the third longest navigable river in the world, after the Amazon and Nile. The Murray flows for 2,520 kilometres from its source in Kosciusko National […]

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London, Didcot and home.

This is the final ‘instalment’ of our seven week journey around Europe and the UK… From the Peak District, we travelled down to London by train, from Sheffield, where we stayed two nights at the […]

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Heritage Gardens and the Peak District

NO trains, but three lovely heritage gardens, and the glorious Peak District. This Gallery, captured in rather wet conditions, features a heritage garden in Wales, one in Staffordshire, and one in Derbyshire, in the heart […]

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Snowdon and Llanberis Falls

Continuing our trip around Wales, we travelled from Porthmadog to Caernarfon, and then took the ‘scenic route’ through Beddgelert and the Llanberis Pass to the town of Llanberis, at the base of Snowdon. We had three nights […]

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North Wales – Porthmadog, Snowdonia National Park, three railways and Caernarfon Castle

Porthmadog was our second of three stops within/around the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. All three stops had railways, but Porthmadog is unique in that it has three – The Welsh Highland Railway (WHR), […]

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