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While walking the West Highland Way I spent one night wild camped in the mountains a few km from the Glencoe Ski Resort. A really nice evening having the mountain to myself and in the morning waking to a frozen tent, clear skies and a nice golden sunrise…
While walking the West Highland Way I spent one night wild camped in the mountains a few km from the Glencoe Ski Resort. A really nice evening having the mountain to myself and in the morning waking to a frozen tent, clear skies and a nice golden sunrise as the sun begins to rise. If you find yourself walking the West Highland Way it’s worth the weight of carrying a tent for some wild camping! (1 views) Aperture: ƒ/8 Flash fired: no Focal length:...
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Everyone knows the traditional shot of Uluru – taken around the sunset point and creating the distinctive shape. However, the other side is equally impressive and even better is you get Uluru with the mounds of Kata Tjuta in the background! Always an…
Everyone knows the traditional shot of Uluru – taken around the sunset point and creating the distinctive shape. However, the other side is equally impressive and even better is you get Uluru with the mounds of Kata Tjuta in the background! Always an amazing place to visit. (2 views) Aperture: ƒ/11 Camera: sit. Exposure bias: -1EV Flash fired: no Focal length: 24mm ISO: 100 Shutter speed: 1/40s
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I’ve been trying to get a half decent shot of Mount Conner from this roadside lookout for years – I think I may have finally managed it! Mount Conner can be found along the Lasseter Highway – the road to Uluru from the Stuart Highway.
I’ve been trying to get a half decent shot of Mount Conner from this roadside lookout for years – I think I may have finally managed it! Mount Conner can be found along the Lasseter Highway – the road to Uluru from the Stuart Highway. (3 views) Aperture: ƒ/8 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Exposure bias: -1.3EV Flash fired: no Focal length: 35mm ISO: 200 Shutter speed: 1/320s
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Reynishverfi beach on the south coast of Iceland – famed for it black sands. It also gets some impressive waves rolling in which leaves for a nice contrast when they make their way up the beach. A great place for some photography but you just have to make…
Reynishverfi beach on the south coast of Iceland – famed for it black sands. It also gets some impressive waves rolling in which leaves for a nice contrast when they make their way up the beach. A great place for some photography but you just have to make sure you keep one eye on those waves.   (2 views) Aperture: ƒ/2.8 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Flash fired: no Focal length: 135mm ISO: 200 Shutter speed: 1/125s
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A flashback to last year and and event held in Cambridge called The Big Weekend. It takes place on Parkers Piece in the city centre and was headlined by an 80s icon – Billy Ocean. There are a couple more shots in the Big Weekend Gallery.  
A flashback to last year and and event held in Cambridge called The Big Weekend. It takes place on Parkers Piece in the city centre and was headlined by an 80s icon – Billy Ocean. There are a couple more shots in the Big Weekend Gallery.   (2 views) Aperture: ƒ/2 Camera: X100S Exposure bias: -33/100EV Flash fired: no Focal length: 23mm ISO: 6400 Shutter speed: 1/100s
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Staying in Iceland and Vatnsleysufoss – A waterfall on the Golden Circle Tourist route, which in the winter is a challenge to shoot as the tourist buses either miss this out or turn up when it’s still mostly dark. Make sure you have a tripod is the best…
Staying in Iceland and Vatnsleysufoss – A waterfall on the Golden Circle Tourist route, which in the winter is a challenge to shoot as the tourist buses either miss this out or turn up when it’s still mostly dark. Make sure you have a tripod is the best advice! (And try and avoid bushes in the bottom right of your shot!)   (4 views) Aperture: ƒ/13 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Exposure bias: -1/3EV Flash fired: no Focal length: 24mm ISO: 100 Shutt...
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A second shot from the Mount Connor lookout along the Lasseter Highway. Somehow on this visit managed to get two shots I was happy with – that’s only taken I think 5 stops over ten years here! At some point I really need to get closer to Mount Connor too…
A second shot from the Mount Connor lookout along the Lasseter Highway. Somehow on this visit managed to get two shots I was happy with – that’s only taken I think 5 stops over ten years here! At some point I really need to get closer to Mount Connor too – maybe next time! (3 views) Aperture: ƒ/8 Camera: ime! Exposure bias: -1.3EV Flash fired: no Focal length: 24mm ISO: 200 Shutter speed: 1/250s
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Crossing the Nullarbor plain bridging South Australia with Western Australia and these trucks are a common sight – this one quite a small one! Along with the trucks it’s a good idea to watch out for the wildlife particularly between dusk and dawn when…
Crossing the Nullarbor plain bridging South Australia with Western Australia and these trucks are a common sight – this one quite a small one! Along with the trucks it’s a good idea to watch out for the wildlife particularly between dusk and dawn when they like to party on the roads. (3 views) Aperture: ƒ/8 Camera: oads. Exposure bias: -1EV Flash fired: no Focal length: 16mm ISO: 100 Shutter speed: 1/250s
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Time for a few shots from Australia, starting on the west coast and the William Bay National Park in Western Australia. Elephant cove features of number of rocks that from the right angle look like elephants in the water – though this shot is more about…
Time for a few shots from Australia, starting on the west coast and the William Bay National Park in Western Australia. Elephant cove features of number of rocks that from the right angle look like elephants in the water – though this shot is more about the wonderful clear waters. (3 views) Aperture: ƒ/8 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Exposure bias: -1.3EV Flash fired: no Focal length: 16mm ISO: 400 Shutter speed: 1/250s
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I’d visited Strokkur Geysir a few years ago and was keen to go back and get a few more shots – however with snow on the ground and a low cloud base getting any contrast between the erupting Geysir and background proved impossible. So rather than a…
I’d visited Strokkur Geysir a few years ago and was keen to go back and get a few more shots – however with snow on the ground and a low cloud base getting any contrast between the erupting Geysir and background proved impossible. So rather than a landscape type shot, out came the 135mm for a closer shot using some of the crowds watching. If you’re in Iceland it’s well worth a visit! (2 views) Aperture: ƒ/2.8 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Flash fi...
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I keep getting emails about the Sainsburys Anniversary Games in July so here's a flashback to last years event: http://redrockphotography.net/gallery/sainsburys-anniversary-games-2014/
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Back to Iceland or a shot taken near Dettifos Waterfall – the sun was just over the horizon casting a nice red light across the frozen landscape.  
Back to Iceland or a shot taken near Dettifos Waterfall – the sun was just over the horizon casting a nice red light across the frozen landscape.   (2 views) Aperture: ƒ/22 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Exposure bias: -2EV Flash fired: no Focal length: 16mm ISO: 100 Shutter speed: 1/13s
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