Photography Blog

Shallow

by David Gibbeson

This image is part of part of a large rock pool that I often walk past to photograph seascapes. There is often something about it that catches my eye. Recently…

Armageddon

by David Gibbeson

When I arrived at Hartland with my friend, I was surprised to see the road down to the car park chained up. I guess to put too many people off…

A Burst of Light

by David Gibbeson

The sun was only able to pierce the clouds for a few moments as it got close to the horizon. The relatively small burst of light was a welcome sight…

Distant Light

by David Gibbeson

The change of weather has brought some stormy weather to the UK, a stark contrast to the early summer weather. Standing on the shore the world looks dark, bleak, and…

Comet

by David Gibbeson

A comet drifts through space. Majestic from a distance, but catastrophic and chaotic up close. This is the final result of one of my recent experimental fine art projects. This…

Patterns in nature have always fascinated me, especially those in sand. As the lock down is being relaxed, I have found myself exploring the quieter beaches nearby. On these beaches…

Twilight Sea

by David Gibbeson

During the highest tides, the shore at Welcombe Mouth is completely engulfed by the sea. On this night it had been as high, and the energy of the surf rolling…

Microcosm

by David Gibbeson

  People die while others favour politics. There are no winners, nobody is perfect, nobody is safe.             I went to the sea with my…