Photography Blog

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…

After a period of stormy weather, sunbeams shine through a break in the clouds bringing an essence of calm. When looking at this scene, I am back next to the sea…

A Stormy Day

by David Gibbeson

I love to watch the sea, especially during stormy weather. In fact, I love to watch the waves during any weather. Part of my allure to seascapes is the emotion…

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…