Category Archives: Landscape Photography

Cache and carry?

When I’m not taking pictures* I like geocaching.  For those who don’t know what that is, you can think of it as a high-tech outdoor treasure hunt played with hand-held GPS units (or smartphones).  Someone hides a container at a specified location, you get the co-ordinates from the geocaching website, and then you use your […]

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It’s plane to see… …or not!

A few days ago, whilst walking across Greenham Common, I came across a very strange object.  It’s a steel “replica” of a B-52 bomber (if you look at it sideways, with one eye closed, on a very dark day), that was used for fire fighting practice when the airfield was operational. It’s abandoned now, and […]

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Large scale, or scale model?

When I talk to people who want to improve their landscape photography, they often ask me how they should go about choosing the subject.  We are surrounded by so many possible subjects it’s sometimes hard to know where to start.   I suggest they put down their camera and look very carefully at the landscape.  Doing […]

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