Check out the intense ‘death stare’ that this owl was giving me whilst I was snapping his portrait. You can find these burrowing owls all along the coast of São Paulo. As their name suggests, they make their nests on the ground by creating rabbit-like borrows.
Domingos Dias is one of more than 100 beaches that can be found in Ubatuba in São Paulo state. No waves here, but plenty of clear water for swimming and turtle watching. This was shot one sunny afternoon whilst sunbathing on the beach.
An unplanned stop in the Serra Do Mar en-route from Caraguatatuba to São José Dos Campos comes up trumps!
This aerial photo shows the Serra do Mar and the coastal town of Caraguatatuba in São Paulo State, Brazil. In the foreground you can see the new bypass that is currently being constructed. This will eventually alleviate some of the weekend traffic that descends on this area of the coast from São Paulo. But in…
The autumnal sun setting over the Barbican Towers in London. This is a manual exposure stack shot on my old Canon 500D from rooftop of the White Collar Factory on Old Street Roundabout.
A long exposure photo of the light trails created by the traffic circling the Old Street Roundabout in East London. Shot from the 11th floor of The White Collar Factory office building. Shot using a 20 second exposure on a Canon 550D with a 10-20mm Sigma wide-angle lens.
Aerial view of Land’s End, looking north from the headland, inland along the South West Coastal Path in South West Cornwall. Shot using a DJI Mavic Pro Drone.
Aerial view of Sennen Cove looking north east. Shot from the headland at Land’s End. You can see the South West Coastal Path and the beaches of Sennen & Gwenver in the distance. Shot using a DJI Mavic Pro Drone.
Aerial view of Land’s End in South West Cornwall. Shot using a DJI Mavic Pro Drone just off the tip of the rocky headland.
The rusting remains of RMS Mulheim, a German cargo ship that was shipwrecked at Land’s End on 22 March 2003.