Photography

Things I have learnt travelling with a photographer

Travelling and photography go hand in hand. It is not often these days that I don’t go anywhere without a camera (or my phone). The perks of modern technology eh! Whereas rewind to 1998 when I went on a school trip to London, with a hand written journal and two disposable cameras with 27 shots in each. Not knowing what I had captured until I could have the...

Exploring Port Sunlight, The Wirral

Beautiful, unique and the perfect day out. That is how Port Sunlight village trust describes this place, and I couldn’t agree more. Port Sunlight is a small but perfectly formed model village in the Wirral, which is across the mersey from Liverpool. It was built by Lever Brothers, you know the soap guys – “if you’re not happy, Lever Brothers...

Photographs of Panglao, Bohol

Panglao, Bohol is a small Island filled with palm trees, crystal clear blue waters and sandy beaches. Sounds super idyllic right? We ended our honeymoon tour of South East Asia relaxing on the island of Bohol. It was just what we needed after jumping from place to place. Here are some photographs to inspire you to visit Panglao, Bohol. The Virgin Islands  We took a...

Locations for photography lovers in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is one of the major cities in visited in the South East Asian region. It is a colourful city, full of culture. There are many photo opportunities to avail of when visiting. So grab your camera and have a look of some great locations I found in the city, I found to photograph. The Petronas twin towers Possibly the most iconic landmark in Kuala Lumpur. The...

5 locations you can photograph the Eiffel Tower in Paris

The Eiffel Tower in Paris is by far one of the most photographed landmarks in the city, and most visited in Europe. It held the record for being the tallest structure in World until overtaken by the Chylser building in New York in 1930. Photographing the Eiffel Tower is easy. It is visble from many areas in the city. Rather than capturing it  right from underneath...

10 awesome buildings you must photograph

The World is has some really awesome buildings, and the ability to visit and capture them is one of the reasons I enjoy travelling. The way in which towns and cities are being built and developed have changed dramatically in the past few decades. Buildings are no longer bricks and mortar, they are an art form. Here are 10 awesome and unique buildings you need to go...

Crushing on Croatia: Photos that will make you book a flight

Croatia is a country that is ever growing in its popularity, thanks to the Game of Thrones series. As well as flights from a number of UK airports, which make even a short break affordable. Croatia has something for every traveller. From the mountainous region of the North, to the pristine sandy beaches on many of the islands, as well as the UNESCO hetitage sites in...

Snapshots from Fuerteventura, Spain

Package holidays and I, are not really matched well together. It is like putting a leash on a dog; I feel a little restricted and bored. You can’t get the same feel for a country on a package holiday. However, when my boyfriend at the time, decided to whisk me off to Fuerteventura in Spain in 2010, to break up the long and bleak UK Winter – how could I...

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