Possibly apocalyptic, possibly just dramatic, but in my head if there was an apocalypse brewing near a set of beach huts, this is what it would look like 🙂
I could have stayed on this beach forever!
On the beautiful Island of Iona there is an abbey which is being restored and used to house the Iona Community.
Its the beginning of a new year, the time is right for some reflections from last year.
In this case, however I am being extremely literal, I went for a walk towards the end of last year, and I took my lensball with me. It just so happened that it was perfectly still and I managed to get some photos of perfect reflections! So without further ado, reflections (and refractions) from 2020
There is an amazing set of standing stones at Callanish on the Isle of Lewis, it inspired a lot of photos! These are just a small selection.
On a cold and blustery evening in mid December, I took a walk along Lancing beach. I only had my phone with me to take photographs, but even so, I can’t resist a beach hut!
Wenlock Priory in the town of Much Wenlock, Shropshire make an extremely good subject for those of us with a penchant for ruins and patterns. These were taken on April 16th 2018 with my Nikon D90
Random abandoned machinery…
Another one from 2018, this time in the Lake District.
I am still looking back over photos I took 2 years ago, I have thousands to go until I am up to date! These ones are from our tour of the the west coast of Ireland (Counties Cork and Kerry) in September / October 2018.
Timoleague Abbey was one of the first abbeys we visited in Ireland, it was where we first discovered their practice of using ruined abbeys (both inside and out) as burial grounds even into the modern day.