Photography Blog

I love the boldness of this boat, and how it’s full of texture. Living on the coast, I have always been around boats that are an amazing source for abstract…

Coastal Erosion

by David Gibbeson

Northam Burrows is always a pleasant place to walk. The Burrows shield one side of the estuary from the sea, while the other is shielded by the Braunton Burrows. The…

A Path in the Darkness

by David Gibbeson

The sand dunes at Braunton Burrows in North Devon are wonderful to walk in. You can submerse yourself in the landscape and imagine that you are a million miles from…

Shipwreck Decay

by David Gibbeson

As a local shipwrecked boat decays some of the planks that attach to its’ main beams are withering away to little more than tendrils. Almost looking like withered fingers, they…

Smoke and Clouds

by David Gibbeson

Smoke and Clouds is a “no words” blog post so that you can build your own interpretation and draw your own conclusions about the image.   Fine Art Prints:  Visit…

Treasure Hunting

by David Gibbeson

A man hunts for treasure and Instow beach as the sun sinks below the horizon. There was no way that I could miss the opportunity to take a photo of…

A Sliver of Light

by David Gibbeson

Walking through woodland is something that I enjoy. One of the things I like is how sometimes the slivers of light that break through the canopy highlight something on the…

Buzzards Overhead

by David Gibbeson

It is important to remember that photography is not just about technical prowess. Where others see imperfection, I see a special moment. A moment where I looked up in wonder…

A Damaged Landscape

by David Gibbeson

Exmoor ponies graze on moorland recently damaged by fire. One of the things I like about this composition is the colour of the freshly growing grass. I like how it…

A Lonely Path

by David Gibbeson

As nightfall begins to creep over Exmoor, the thick fog becomes oppressive. Heading back to the car, it feels very lonely walking along a path with no sound other than…