Photography Blog

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…

As the golden hour light bathed the north Devon coastline. The grass on this hillside at Hartland looked amazing. I love the contrast in this image. The scene is rugged…

A Passing Storm

by David Gibbeson

While waiting for the storms to develop I watched a passing rainstorm traverse the horizon. I like the simplicity of this composition. While simple, it still tells a story. I…

Waiting

by David Gibbeson

A cloudscape is as fluid as a seascape, with no moment every repeating. Driving around north Devon watching the storm clouds, the lightning was not giving me the opportunity to…