11 September 2012 - 05:07 PM
In 2010, I did a road trip from Las Vegas, Nevada, to Yellowstone National Park. Once at the park I stayed in the town of West Yellowstone, Montana. Whilst there, I took some photos which have duly been posted to Flickr.
Anyway, yesterday, I was contacted by Lisa from AllTrips.com, because they wanted to use my photo of the West Yellowstone Human Services Centre on their website, and I am happy to oblige.
This is one of a small group of lovely vernacular buildings in the centre of West Yellowstone. As a Londoner, to think that I travelled to this romantic-sounding place, Montana, and got to experience such awesome great American landscapes throughout the journey, well, it still blows me away. I really hope I can get back to that part of the world again one day.
West Yellowstone Human Services Centre
22 January 2012 - 11:47 PM
One of my photos of Petra, the ‘rose red city, half as old as time’ in Jordan has been published in the North magazine winter 2011/12 edition, 'the north of Scotland's premier lifestyle magazine'. It's the one on the bottom right, of Al Siq, the 1.2km long gorge that gives access to the ancient city.
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Full photoset is here. There aren’t that many of them as I was at the beginning of my interest in photography.
11 August 2009 - 04:35 PM
This iPhone image is illustrating an article on Cult of Mac about a tumblr photography blog called, um, iPhone Photography.
There are some great photos on the site, which may be a surprise to some because the iPhone (3GS) allegedly has a 'crappy' camera. Actually, for what it is - a 3 megapixel cameraphone chip, it's perfectly adequate - and takes reasonable video as well. I don't use it much as I normally have a camera in my bag, but to take a shot when nothing else is to hand, despite my initial reservations, I think it's fine. It's a significant improvement on the original iPhone's truly crappy effort, though 5 megapixels would have been nicer.