From December, 2017

Myanmar (Burma)

I first went to Myanmar in 2010 when it had just ‘re-opened’ and I feel very fortunate that I got to see it before it became overly commercial. Those that visit now are grateful that it is still not too busy with people but compared to those early days, for me the country has changed…

Montol – Winter Solstice in Penzance, Cornwall

Montol, the celebration of traditions in Penzance, Cornwall happens at the time of Winter Solstice on the 21st December each year. Celebrating Cornish traditions in particular and marking the death and rebirth of the sun, Montol literally means ‘time balance and midwinter’ in Cornish language. The festival sees people dressed up in masks parading the…

Cornwall

I think the images here will speak for themselves.  From stormy winter days to beautiful beaches and long summer days with flowers covering the cliff tops.  This is the place I call home. For all the amazing places in the world that I visit, this is always where I long to come back to and…

Churchill – The Polar Bear Capital of the World!

Churchill in Northern Manitoba, Canada holds a very special place in my heart…..  And is probably to this day still my most favourite place in the world! Why?  Well, there is nothing quite like staring a polar bear straight in the eye and wanting to hug him whilst all he wants to do is break…

Antarctica

Last year I was fortunate to visit one of the remotest places on earth. It was, as you can imagine, my dream trip.  Here are some images from that trip. My dream now is to return and take better pictures……