Excuse me as I revisit some of my photographs from the March, 2007, trip through Egypt and Jordan when I was fortunate enough to travel through Wadi Rum. World Heritage listing. Wadi Rum in Southern Jordan is a desert region of sandy valleys and dramatic sandstone and granite mountains some over 1700 metres in height. Covering an area of 720 square kilometres, there has been human habitation here for thousands of years, UNESCO recognizing its cultural significance by adding it […]
the importance of including both foreground and background subject matter to add a sense of depth to a photograph.
Reflecting the “Japanese aesthetic”, a carefully considered photograph becomes an exercise in graphic design.
A delivery truck sighted in the Tsim Sha Tsui district of Hong Kong. Colour, geometric shapes, and lines….
Decapitated pedestrian. Learn the rules of composition but once you’ve learnt them, don’t be afraid to break them, deliberately!
Bamboo forests are kind of spooky, with the plants often swaying in the breeze and clicking and clacking against each other.
A woman stands at a window looking over the Ganges at Varanasi, India.
It’s sometimes been said that photographers tend to belong in one of two camps, there are “hunters” and then there are “fishermen”.