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EAST OF GIBRALTAR by Charlie Waite. “There cannot be any fixed intellectual explanation as to why any photographer feels the impulse to want to make a photograph. I feel the best conclusion here is to say quite simply, we just do. Of course we could explore such a debate in much more depth which I enjoy having a go at, yet the same answer would no doubt always be arrived at; we just do. A year ago, I may not have responded to this combination of bands and rectangles but now I do”.
We’re looking forward to running our Astrophotography workshop again this year in Exmoor, led by Paul Sanders and Peter Hendrie on 30th August - 1st September 2019. To find out details about this special night photography workshop head to our website (link in bio ) and click on ‘Classic’ tours when you reach our homepage. 📷 by @andyfarrerphoto
We’re excited to be offering a series of Drone photography workshops this year on the Dorset Coast. Led by Andy Farrer and supported by the Phantom Flight School, we have just a few places remaining on our workshop based at Chesil Beach on the 10th May. Head to our website (link in bio ) and click on the ‘In a Day’ link on our homepage to find out more about this exciting day and all our other one day workshops.
Reposting @lindawride with an image she took whilst on our tour of Morocco led by @andyfarrerphoto earlier month. A review of the tour by Linda will be posted to our blog page shortly. ・・・ #thedailyfocus a simple composition inspired by the colours of Morroco - painted chair, window shutter and wall in an Essaouira restaurant
Reposting @cliveminnitt who took this image recently during Light and Land’s tour to the Outer Hebrides which he led with @philmalpasphotography ・・・ Two delicate strands of grass were lit for a few seconds only, as the remnants of a snow showers were melting. A transient scene if ever there was one.
Kyrgyzstan is a country still in transition from its dominance by the former Soviet Union, it is rich with landscape, cultural and social opportunities to enable us to make incredible images on this photographic adventure. The country has mountain peaks reaching over 7000 metres and between these towering masses are the flat plains punctuated with small villages and bustling markets.
Over countless millennia the forces of nature have created in Namibia some of the world’s most amazing desert landscapes. The country is renowned for its pristine and haunting landscapes which are as diverse as the people who inhabit this vast land. For photographers, Namibia must surely rank as one of the best of African countries in which to make some stunning landscape images.