I have been taking photographs since 1968, using a variety of formats and some interesting cameras which would, today, be considered as highly collectable. However, it is not the equipment that matters so much with photography, than the intent and, of course, the composition. The photographer must see with an artist’s eye while capturing that special moment for posterity with the camera. Below are a few random examples of this art (reduced in quality and size for the web). Let them draw you into the beautiful world of nature and let your spirit walk free. Sakihitowin.
My library of 5000+ high quality images of Britain’s geological features and landscapes is now held by The Geological Society in Edinburgh, thus providing a valuable reference for future research. Many of the sites where these photographs were taken are already changing. They consequently represent an interesting snapshot in time of natural Britain.
Capel Curig with Snowdon in the distance
Wanaskewin in Saskatchewan
The Big Skies. On the Great Plains
Feeding into Thirlemere
Sitting in the sun on Dartmoor
Cutting through the limestone before feeding the lakes