giving sight for free

giving sight for free

Around 8 million Indians suffer from cataracts and lose their sight, but dealing with it is simple and cheap. As a professional photographer I could not be more convinced of the importance of seeing. Not just as a sense to function as a human being but also as medium...
St Ouen’s Bay

St Ouen’s Bay

Jersey is a very special place and one of my favourite spots is St Ouen’s Bay. Click here to be taken to the gallery accompanying this blog the island of jersey / jersai I’ve been visiting Jersey for over 25 years. It feels like one of my homes even though my...
The “Slow Atlantic Way”

The “Slow Atlantic Way”

The Wild Atlantic Way is a 1500 mile route along the West coast of Ireland connecting some of the most amazing scenery along the coast and its hinterland. It officially starts on the Inishowen Peninsula very close to Derry, and ends at Kinsale on the coast just South...
Meet ‘Brian’

Meet ‘Brian’

“Brian” is our expedition vehicle, the one we travel to many inaccessible places in. As well as being the largest camera bag I have ever seen, it acts as our home and our mountain goat. What we were looking for Our requirements, we thought, were simple: A...
The Skelligs from St Finian’s Bay

The Skelligs from St Finian’s Bay

What could be better than photographing a roaring sea on a bright autumn day, followed by steaming Hot Chocolate? Where are we? We started the day in Waterville, and headed out along the Skellig Ring, part of the Wild Atlantic Way, aiming to get to Portmagee, a...
Gubbeen

Gubbeen

A great family of local food makers in West Cork on the Wild Atlantic Way. Meeting Giana We met Giana Ferguson at Skibbereen Farmers’ Market on a Saturday in late October. We chatted over some dim sum served from a market stall, and she told us about the history...