For this week’s throwback series I’m sharing the last photo from this year’s visit to the Lake District. A walk we regularly do there is from our base in Keswick to the shores of Derwentwater, and along the shore to Friar’s Crag or Strandshag Bay. Often we head back a different way, through the woods and across the fields to the south of Keswick. When … Continue reading Crow

Crepuscular Rays

Sometimes photography is rather technical. My photos of the many chapels on the Maltese islands easily fits into that category, with the use of lens movements, tripods, filters, etc. I rather enjoy that process, perhaps because of its technicality. But not all photography is like that. Sometimes it’s really just a matter of being observant, finding those aesthetically pleasing vignettes and reacting with the camera. … Continue reading Crepuscular Rays


Today I finally prepared a map of the route for this walk up Stile End, Outerside, and Barrow, starting from Braithwaite, and the first thing I did was to update an earlier post from this walk. I thought it would be fitting to share another photo from the same walk. This one is from Barrow’s flank, just before tackling the final ascent to the summit, … Continue reading Outerside