Monthly Archives: July 2018

Lighthouses: Anglesey 5/5
– Trwyn Du/Penmon

Lighthouses: Anglesey 5/5
– Trwyn Du/Penmon

Two examples of mankind’s mastery of the built form. Alan Copson ©

 

Lighthouses: Anglesey 4/5
– South Stack

Lighthouses: Anglesey 4/5
– South Stack

Well after sunset, the long exposure gives the water a nice sheen. Alan Copson ©

 

Lighthouses: Anglesey 3/5
– Trwyn Du/Penmon

Lighthouses: Anglesey 3/5
– Trwyn Du/Penmon

A soft sunrise on the east coast of Anglesey. Two camper vans were parked up on the headland. Amazing spot to have your morning coffee. Alan Copson …

 

Lighthouses: Anglesey 2/5
– Twr Mawr

Lighthouses: Anglesey 2/5
– Twr Mawr

It’s a good half-hour walk along the beach to get here, then another hour waiting for a break in the clouds as the sun set. For …

 

Lighthouses: Anglesey 1/5
– South Stack

Lighthouses: Anglesey 1/5
– South Stack

Just after sunset at South Stack Lighthouse. I still haven’t walked all the way down to the lighthouse, some 400 steps below… every turn is so …

 

Morning Mist

Morning Mist

As I was driving to towards Ludlow in the dark, I kept driving through little banks of mist… accompanied by the usual panic-of-the-photographer that it …

 

Naked Big Ben!

Naked Big Ben!

Such a pity Big Ben is still covered in scaffolding, so dipping back into the archive for this one. Available as a print at www.London-Prints.com. Just …

 

Target Practice

Target Practice

As a vegetarian, this is the only hunting I approve of… though I do worry about sign welfare! This image was “shot” on the edge of …