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  • As sunrise approached North Cornwall, the sky over Bude Bay from Crooklets Beach was filled with a wonderful range of pastel colours. There is something magical about standing on an…

  • Even on the wettest of days, looking across some of the Scottish lochs will reward you with some of the most atmospheric scenes that you can imagine. In this scene…

  • Wind Turbines

    by David Gibbeson

    Yesterday I photographed some of the wind turbines in North Devon. I have been meaning to capture them for a while to add to my stock photo library. I like…

  • Before the sun begun to set on my last trip to Hartland at the weekend I photographed the cliffs that form the coastline. While there is a little blue sky,…

  • Beach Huts at Night

    by David Gibbeson

    Wherever I am taking photographs I often stay out way into the blue hours. This means that I am often making my way back to my car in darkness. Often,…

  • A Black & White Seascape

    by David Gibbeson

    Capturing the motion and energy of waves is something that I often like to do in my seascape photography. I really like the motion in the water in this photo.…

  • An Evening Seascape

    by David Gibbeson

    I often visit Westward Ho! in Devon to photograph it. The plateau of rocks on the west of the bay are dramatic and expansive. With the combination of weather, tide…

  • Yesterday morning I ventured out to Mouthmill Beach near Hartland to photograph the iconic Blackchurch Rock. I have been there a few times but never for sunrise. There were so…

  • Looking across Loch Ness during the blue hour I love the undulations in the hill beyond on the opposite shore. This is complimented by the moonlight as it rises over…

  • I went to Combesgate Beach to photograph the sunset. I haven’t been there for years, but it was every bit as beautiful as I remembered. It was just about low…