I made a visit to Iceland in late November, early December. The weather was bad for much of the trip, but there were a few times when I was able to made some images. Icebergs on a beach was a novel experience, and I enjoyed the ice cave, and the aurora borealis.
Porth Nanven in far west Cornwall has a page of its own, because it is a magical place for photographers, and draws me back again and again. I am still trying to convey the size of those boulders and the power of the seas.
I’ve called this page, “My Cadgwith”, because it is a representation of how I see Cadgwith, its timeless charm and pretty views, and its wonderful people having fun or working hard. I love the cottage we own there, and even after several years there is nowhere in England I’d rather be.
Having traveled to so many other places in the world, I have decided lately to try to photograph more in Texas. I hope I will be forgiven for commenting that I have to dig a lot deeper to find the beauty on my doorstep, but I’m working at it!
Here are some images of the Northern Lights, mainly taken in Sweden, at temperatures of around -18C. The Lofoten Islands in Norway were so impressive; Magic Light seems to go on almost all the time in mid-winter, since the sun was not really up until 10 a.m. and was gone again by 3.30 p.m.