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  • Drowning

    by David Gibbeson

    Sometimes it feels like the world is slowly drowning. This is a more artistic piece that I created on one of my beach walks. The level of detail on the…

  • A view from above could reveal a barren desert landscape that hosts a long dry riverbed. An ideal place for a landscape photographer. The growing abundance of straight down drone…

  • Evanescent

    by David Gibbeson

    To us a lifetime is forever. But, in the grand scheme of things our existence is evanescent. The soul, energy or form though, is perpetual. Nothing really disappears, it just…

  • Poetry in Motion

    by David Gibbeson

    There is something poetic in the converging of forces and light. Without the light there can not be dark, and vice versa. If we have neither, there is nothing. I…

  • Flow

    by David Gibbeson

    This image could be part of an abstract art project that I am working on named “We are sand”. In this image I like the organised chaos and love the…

  • At dawn, looking across Loch Loyne the scene was peaceful. The low light meant that the auto ISO on my G7X was quite high. However, the noise adds to the…

  • Twilight Sands

    by David Gibbeson

    The low tide at Westward Ho! revealed a vast undulating beach with small pools and ripples in the sand as far as the eye can see. With the sun below…

  • Photographing Comet Neowise (C/2020 F3) is something that is a lot of photographers are trying at the moment. This is fantastic for the hobby and could make it one of…

  • Hartland Quay is an iconic photography location with good reason. It is a stunning part of the Devon coastline. I saw this composition almost immediately on a much earlier visit…

  • A boat gently sways in the calm, low tide at Clovelly. Clovelly is beautiful place that I love to visit at any time. On a cold wet day as the…