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After getting really sick through infected cuts and tonsillitis in Tokyo, I decided not to look at my phone for a while.
However I finally made it back to Bristol and I'm planning to do nothing all week.
Once I have some energy I'll try to edit some new content asap.
Anyway, I hope you've had a less painful few days than I have!
Enjoy the weekend
So I'm back in Tokyo with @daveburt & @lewypee after spending two nights in Kyoto.
We woke up at 4:30 in the morning to visit this incredible bamboo forest in Arashiyama. We had the whole place to ourselves and I hardly took any photos as I just wanted to take it in and enjoy it.
This trip has been incredible so far and now it's time to get some proper work done! I can't wait to spend three full days & nights documenting this incredible city without having to change locations.
As always I hope you're having a good weekend
I will hopfully get a moment to edit some photos from the trip in the next day or two. Until then, here's an old favorite from my first trip to Valle Verzasca :) :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: If you would like to buy my presets, click the link in my bio and see my pack of 5 purposely built presets that I use on most of my images :)
I've no idea what time it is in England and jet lag has me so confused but hopfully I'll be fully focused after another 3 hours sleep .
If you would like to buy my presets, click the link in my bio and see my pack of 5 purposely built presets that I use on most of my images :)
So here's a photo I took a year or so back whilst walking on a @london Instameet with @daveburt . I thought it was a relevant re-post as I'm currently on my way to London in order to catch a flight to Tokyo with Mr Burt himself.
I'll keep you updated through stories over the next 10 days.
Also I'm going to pick the winner of my print giveaway in the next few days. I'll announce the winner in a story and in a post once I've gone through the answers and worked out who gave the correct answer (which was Tokyo or Japan) first.
I'll be giving lots of prints out this year so keep an eye out for more mini competitions
I'm tempted to post more street photography.
I know it won’t be as popular as the landscape and landmark images but something about small scenes like this intrigue me.
Like the two chairs placed under the shade of that little tree. The rundown walls of the colourful buildings that bring so many tourists to the Cinque Terra coast line. Even the washing hanging from the window. Who lives here, what’s their story?
I have no need to know but I just can't help think about it..... Please, someone say it's not just me being weird again
Frowback Friday? .
I've been looking back over some old edits & collaborations I did over the last few years. This collaboration between @gettyphotography and myself will always be my favourite. Using two of Bruce's images, I managed to create this madness. Consisting of a foggy photo from California and an areal photo of new York. Im tempted to do some more collaborations this year :)
This concludes my list of favourite bridges!
The Clifton suspension bridge in my hometown, Bristol which is a cool little city on the west coast of England.
Every time I return home after an adventure, driving under this bridge always feels special. I feel lucky to live within a short walk of it. If you ever get the chance to see it, I’d highly advise it :)
So yesterday I said that I would post my favourite bridge today, however I lied as I don’t have a favourite bridge, I have two!
This is one of them and let’s be honest, it looks pretty boring compared to the previous two bridge photos I uploaded over the last two days. However there’s something about this bridge I love. It has recently been restored as it used to be covered in graffiti which I preferred but still I like it. I used to do steel wool photography on this bridge when I first started taking photos . I never thought back then I would live within a five minute walk from it.
Anyway you will have to wait another day to see my second , first, favourite bridge .
I find the irony in this image quite baffling.
The writing on the tree reads "observe a tree. Grow in peace" .
The craftsmanship and detail is this work is absolutely stunning! However as beautiful as the artwork is, I feel the artist has completely gone against the message they've preached by deciding to not to let this tree grow in peace. Instead they carved it up and exposed it to infection.
Aren't humans great
Stairways above the clouds with @carlaannne . This place was so cool and I feel like we rushed through what could have been an opportunity to get some really cool content.
It’s a good learning curve though and a mistake I won’t allow to happen again if I have any powers to avoid it.
Today I left @trappingtones so I could focus on my videography and photography.
I started the page just over a year ago and enjoyed creating a platform on which to showcase raw, inspirational talent.
I just want to say a big thanks to @bengreenphotography for his help near the start of the project. We smashed it and I'm glad you were there too.
And another massive thanks to @thetechcreative who has helped keep the ship sailing over the last 6 months. I've known Chris for little over a year now and in that year we've achieved so much and I look forward to achieving much more in the future.
Chris will be running @trappingtones from here on and I look forward to seeing the page grow stronger.
I've got some plans for the future and I can't wait to put all of my energy and passion into something I love again.
On that note, cheers turkeys (comment a turkey if you love turkeys? )
"Hallstatt is not a museum!" -
After going back to his stunning town earlier this month, I found myself surprised that I actually prefered taking photos her during the summer whilst the trees were still green. I guess it would be different if it had been covered in snow but unfortunately it has melted by the time we arrived. Then it stated snowing again the day after we'd left . Again this is why I love nature and landscape photography as the unpredictability of the weather makes capturing a nice shot a bit more rewarding.
Anyway, I hope you're having a great weekend. I've been working all day and now feel like a sleepy slug