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My best images of 2013

Published December 21st, 2013

This is possibly the best way to review your own work and as you gain more experience you can compare your best shots year on year.

As I don't have a field of expertise or genre I concentrate on, my selection is a fairly mixed bag of images. In my opinion, my best work of 2013.


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Composite image of which both were taken at the Greenwich & Docklands International Festival in June 2013. I entered this image into the festival competition and it won.

One Lump or Two

The same guy I saw at the festival so I created a scene to suit his actions. This is a 4 image composite. It was also published in the 1x gallery and appears in the 2013 Photobook, Passion.



Just the tender moments between Mother and Daughter. Being a parent, I know how quick the time passes and have been in those 'oh, I wish I had my camera' moments.


King Cormorant

This has to be one of my favourite nature shots this year. I've waited years to catch this Cormorant actually in the water at my local park. Usually he's perched on a nearby branch or at the other end of the park out of sight. I was thrilled when I saw him swim and dive right in front of me.. I would have been happier if he had been fishing but I'm not giving up on him yet.

  • May 31st, 2013
  • NIKON D90
  • 300mm / f/6.3 / 1/1000 sec

But I don't want a Bath

I really love animals and was asked to Photography the cutest Guinea Pigs. This is my favourite shot from the set. Also a Gold award winning images with the Societies.

  • September 27th, 2013
  • NIKON D90

London Eye

British Airways London Eye, Southbank, England. Just an evening out with my Buddy in London and we both took some long exposures. This is my favourite.

  • NIKON D90
  • 18mm / f/22 / 30 sec

Norman Bates

Another moment that was captured just by chance. The plan was to go and get shots of festive light displays outside the neighbors houses in the foggy night. As we finished up we passed through this area. I noticed the man walking towards us and thought it would make a great image somehow. I waited for him to walk past and hoped he was walking in the direction of the lit area so watched him through my viewfinder until he was in just the right position. I am hopeful for this shot in 2014 as it has received superb feedback since I posted it.

  • NIKON D90
  • 38mm / f/4.2 / 1/60 sec

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