So my trip is actually being documented backwards, because I ended up in the Moscow Metro all day Sunday after almost freezing to death in -20 cold attempting to take pictures in and around Red Square on Saturday. Basically, I wanted to take this during the day and then at night. I got both, but almost lost a finger to the cold doing it. Thanks god for the huge beautiful GUM shopping mall that is well heated or I would surely have perished... But it was worth it - can't believe this building…
Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic. All those colours, what stunning views. For the best of art, food, culture, travel, head to theculturetrip.com. Or click theculturetrip.co... or everything a traveller needs to know about the Czech Republic
Explore Peak District holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Rolling across the Pennines' southernmost hills is the glorious Peak District National Park. Ancient stone villages are folded into creases in the landscape, and the hillsides are littered with stately homes and rocky outcrops. The Dark Peak is dominated by exposed moorland and gritstone 'edges', while to the south, the White Peak is made up of the limestone dales.
Revisiting some archives and thought I'd give this one a once over. Going back to March last year, early one morning I took a drive out to Stanage, as I was unable to sleep. Little did I know back then that this would turn out to be one of many to come. www.peak-exposure.co.uk
No sunrise this morning, so here is an image from yesterday. These are the colourful beach huts on Blyth beach. They reflected nicely in the wet sand after a receding tide. The sun popped out just long enough to light them up against a moody dark sky. I had a vertical pan in mind. I have always loved this format having owned an Xpan for many years.