September 2017: Hungarian Parliament, on the banks of the Danube in Budapest
May 2017: Gumnut’s happy crew, Cardiff Bay. (Gumnut aka Nutmeg)
April 2017: Evening sunlight- silent waters
March 2017: The Wanaka Tree, world famous in Wanaka & beyond the horizon. It began life as one of a line of wooden fence posts in the 1930s and grew into a beautiful willow
February 2017: The wreck of the tea clipper Darra, Quail Island, Lyttelton Harbour NZ
January 2017: Surfie boy getting his kicks! Christchurch New Zealand
December 2016: Amazing art by one man and a rake on the beach at New Brighton, Christchurch, New Zealand
October 2016: The apple market on the canal at Copenhagen
September 2016: Sundown on a ship, Cumbria
August 2016: Puffin with a beak full sand eels, the Farne Islands, Northumberland
July 2016: Racing in light winds; Cardiff Bay
June 2016: The Bristol Channel pilot cutter Mascotte with Steep Holm and a heap of clouds behind
May 2016: Sailing on Working Yacht 1 during the 2016 Cock o’ the Bristol Channel race for pilot cutters
April 2016: What to you think chaps, will she float? The Morecombe Bay Prawner Charlotte under restoration at World of Boats, Cardiff Bay, aided and abetted by Old Gaffers of the Bristol Channel
March 2016 Rocks and the Sea Esperance, Western Australia
February 2016: Storm Water Drain (Broken) North Brighton beach, South Island NZ
January 2016: Tugs, mountains and sky at Eden, New South Wales
December 2015: Three birds in a boat- pelican, cormorants and seagulls
November 2015 Black Dragon crossing the Murray River, South Australia
October 2015: The coastline and dry salt flats of Lake Eyre in Central Australia. It is 3,668 square miles in size and last flooded in the big wet of 2011.
September 2015: Thrombolites, the oldest living organism in the world, three billion years in the making. Lake Clifton, Western Australia
August 2015: The fishing trawler Returner, heading back to Point Samson, Western Australia, on the 2nd July 2015 loaded almost to the gunnels with her catch. Tragically, she was lost at sea in rough weather nine days later, along with her crew of three. The unforgiving sea….
July 2015: Gunlom Pool, Kakadu National Park
June 2015: Big male crocodile at Yellow Waters, Kakadu Nat Park, Northern Territories
May 2015: Kangeroos on the beach at dawn at Cape Hillsborough, Queensland
April 2015: Sunset over the Town of 1770, Queensland
March 2015: Lake Pukaki looking towards Mount Cook, Southern Alps
February 2015: Surf boat at North Beach, New Brighton, New Zealand
January 2015: Framing in thirds- the mountainous sky, Dr Who? and shimmering water
December 2014: A straggle of shells at Shingle Street
November 2014: Shortest on the left, tallest on the right. On the summit of The Garth
September 2014: In an unthinking moment in August 2013 I took a self portrait. Another one the following week started a trend. Fifty-two weeks later, this is the result.
August 2014 Beautiful gaff cutter seen at the entrance to Milford Haven in late July
July 2014 Calmly down channel- in amongst the islands
June 1914: Dinghies on the beach at Suffolk
May 2014: Hugh Harrison’s Evenstar gracing Cardiff Bay
April 2014: A massive iceberg off the coast of South Georgia
March 2014: King Penguins at South Georgia on passage to the Antarctic
February 2014: The 1912 steamer TSS Earnslaw on Lake Wakatipu with the Remarkables mountain range as a backdrop, South Island New Zealand
January 1914: Beach children, New Brighton, Christchurch NZ
December 2013: Betty kayaking on Lake Ianthe, South Island New Zealand
November 2013: Paddles up (OK, there’s always one…) at the white water rafting and kayak centre in Cardiff
October 2013: One man and his dog, negotiating the last lock on the upper reaches of the River Thames at Lechlade (Gloucestershire) paddling an inflatable canoe
September 2013: The waterfront at Cardiff Harbour on a balmy August night taken from the terrace of St David’s Hotel that was littered with our empty coffee cups.
August 2013 Tessellated pavement at Nash Point beach, Vale of Glamorgan
July 2013 Pink Buoys on a blue sea- Cardiff Bay
June 2013: All that’s left of the Glamorgan Canal, seen at its best in the spring. It is the last remaining section of water, perhaps two-thirds of a mile long, of the once famous canal that brought coal and iron from the Welsh Valleys to the sea. Coal that fired the steam ships all around the globe and railway lines that carried trains in countries as far apart as America, Australia and Russia.
May 2013: On Good Friday 2013 the 36ft wooden yacht Kahu Kura broke its moorings in the Avon and Heathcote Estuary and was washed out to sea to fetch up on the beach at nearby Sumner. Attempts to re-float it proved futile and within three days she had attracted the attention of vandals, been battered by the tide and had sunk into the sand. Uninsured, she was boken up and taken away, although her keel remains buried still.
April 2013: Oystercatchers at dusk. Last photos of this amazing estuary we have left behind. OK so we are just across the road from the beach, but it still won’t be the same.
March 2013: Sea Lion taking a shower, Cape Palliser, North Island, NZ
February 2013: Bird nest
January 2013: Santa arrives in his Tiger Moth
December 2012: Where sinks the southern moon
October 2012: A visitor at the hotel window in Padstow
September 2012: Showing off at the Royal Welsh
August 2012: Resting boats and floating islands in the Bristol Channel
July 2012: Yacht at rest- Lochranza, Isle of Arran, Scotland
June 2012: Approach of the Deben Ferry
May 2012: A pair of immature mute swans on the Marshfield reans, east of Cardiff
April 2012: Ice along the cirque edge- Fox Glacier, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand taken from a helicopter overlooking my toes!
March 2012: Materua, a Cook Islander, paddling the Christchurch Estuary
February 2012 Circles in the sand- the remains of liquefaction eruptions on the Christchurch estuary on an ebbing tide in the calm of the evening
January 2012- Lighthouse at Kaipapa Point, on the Catlin coast, South Island, New Zealand, in monochrome