A very moody sunrise over sea and beaches. Breaking from behind the stratocumulus stratiformis perlucidus translucidus cloud formation the sun creates an ethereal glow.
Bringing Home the Catch
A Mediterranean fishing boat and tender returning to port in the dark of night. Trying to make the early morning market the captain steers his ship back into port to the local fish market.
A lone fisherman against a backdrop of a golden sunrise. A large morning sun shines down upon the calm ocean waves with it's rays dancing lightly over the calm sea. A very peaceful serene view in the distance can be seen many industrious fishing boats traversing the bay collecting the fruits of the sea. So much going on and yet still so quiet. This is a beautiful picture with warm tones.
Night Boat Lights
A Mediterranean fishing boat heading out to sea in the early hours of the morning. The extremely bright and colourful ships lights looking like disco lights dancing on the waves.
Taverna View - Wish You Were Here?
Instantly transport yourself to one of those idyllic Mediterranean fishing village bars, and soak up the view of the peaceful harbour and sandy beaches.
Chilling in the Sun
A nice quiet balcony soaked in the heat of the afternoon sun. Ideal to relax in.
Lady Angler Sea Fishing
A lady angler pole-fishing in the beautiful azure blue sea of the Cala Cabra Salada.
Across the Cala Cabra Salada
A serene view of a small mediterranean bay with clear blue skies and an azure blue sea.
Seaham's Red Acre Beach
Seaham's Red Acre Beach and Northerly coastline is a rock and shingle beach. Also known as Terrace beach it is situated directly beneath the town centre between the Marina and Seaham's Long beach.
The Daily Read - A slow start to the day
Taking time out - sitting on the doorstep reading the morning newspaper in a quiet side street of a busy city.
Alum Bay, Isle of Wight
A stunning view of the multi-coloured cliffs and sands at Alum Bay close to The Needles in the Isle of Wight. The sands are a mixture of Felspar, Mica and Quartz and their colours are caused through contamination from other minerals. The photograph was taken on beautiful sunny day with really calm seas. The brightly coloured reflections from the cliffs can be seen in the sea.
Shall We Fly?
A pair of Common Gulls perched on a weathered Quayside pillar.