I am very proud to share with you a photo from my beloved Richmond park in London of a red deer stag in the mist. This appears in the recent National Geographic magazine of February 2018. Although my photos appear in many of NatGeo books and publications, this is only the second time I have appeared in the the magazine. A very proud moment for me.
I dont normally post sales posts but I felt inclined this time. I recently decided to do something about the VERY slow speeds my site was at. After reading a multitude of reviews I made the decision to switch to Siteground.
This January I made a trip to one of my all-time favourite destinations so far on my travels, Iceland. I had travelled to Iceland around 8 years ago, after meeting several Icelandic photographers who had become online friends through a photo competition website called dpchallenge. That photo trip back then was one of my first, but still most memorable, especially for landscape photography.
One of the most unique and spectacular places for photography you will see in Brazil, and possibly the world, is the Lençóis Maranhenses national park in Maranhão state in north-eastern Brazil. The word Lençóis in Portuguese means sheets and this describes the beautiful shapes and silk smooth landscapes of endless dunes. It makes for some pretty amazing photos of Lençóis Maranhenses indeed. And what makes this place so unique is the water lagoons formed during the rainy season each year. The entire park area is around 1,500 km2.