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Published May 29th, 2011

On any given day you will probably see a line of cars on a cliff-top or headland, the occupants silently surveying the scene in front of them. Some of these people will likely be photographers. The UK has approximately eleven thousand miles (depending on which expert you ask) of mostly accessible coastline and it’s beauty and variety has been a magnet to snappers, probably since the invention of this great medium of ours.

I became interested in landscape photography in 2006 and since then I’ve been hooked, reading everything I could lay my hands on to widen my knowledge and expertise. I soon realised that this was an art form that would enable me to express my feelings about the natural world we live in. I’m drawn to the coast and the ever changing nature of the sea that surrounds it. My images capture moments in time and if my camera has taught me one thing about nature, it’s that it holds so very much more than is first apparent to the naked eye. Landscape photographers should be in ...

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