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Close Encounters of the Fox Kind

Is this not the happiest fox you've ever seen?!

Although Ruda has been brought up as a pet she still lives in a natural outdoor environment whilst interacting with her humans.
Working with wild animals is always a challenge and none more than introducing them to a foreign, confined space. It was a matter of patience and allowing...

Steam Powered Tractors

I visited a local steam powered show over the weekend and took a few photos. I really liked the composition of this one, but didn't like much else, so I thought I'd process it in Lightroom and see if I could pull something out of it. Here are the results. A bit of split toning and some other standard Lightroom tricks used.

"10 minutes from home"

There's a "rule" that I've heard over and over again - find a spot within 10 minutes walk from your home and shoot it every time you can. As a landscape photographer living in one of Polish cities I thought that would be impossible for me, to practice my craft in this kind of environment. Imagine my surprise, when I was presented with that view...

Boats in the Landscape(Riverscape)

In Australia there are lots of Paddle Steamers from days gone by still operating in the tourism industry. They are mainly on the Murray River(Australia's longest) and used to be the main method of transport for outback and inland communities shipping goods and grain and wool etc.There also is a long history of punts(ferries) to cross rivers...


During my stay in the Lake District earlier this year I remember one particular night I woke up at around 2 o'clock in the morning and couldn't get back to sleep. I figured that I might as well get up and make the trip from Windermere down to Bowness, where there was a row of boats I had seen a couple of days before, which I thought would make...

Castle Rock

Standing atop castle rock
Edinburgh Castle, goes back 1100 years. Ancient from antiquity the stories this hill can tell . Walking through it takes you back into time cobble stone streets architecture built by hand.