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Processing Example – Mweni

Overview I recently edited the below image to print to 60 inches and hang on my living room wall. I realised it was a good showcase of my workflow and thought processes. This is intended as a general look at […]

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Drakensberg – Injisuthi to Cathedral Peak Pt. 2

Day 5 By Day 5 we had found our legs and become used to the altitude. The fantastic conditions of the day before had put a bit of a spring in my step, which was just as well given the […]

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Protea trees line the valleys and there are numerous stands of untouched woodland

Drakensberg – Injisuthi to Cathedral Peak Pt. 1

Just occasionally I bite off more than I can chew and before I know it a hiking trip has become and adventure. Since my first visit a couple of years ago I have fallen in love with the Drakensberg. The […]

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Our tent 600m above Aappilattup Avanna fjord. Not too shabby.

Greenland Pt.5 – Grand Finale

The previous day had passed uneventfully. We spent most of our time eating and playing cards, but the wind that howled that day brought with it something unexpected – smoke. We learned from the local fireman/hunter/teacher that there was a […]

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Flowers at the riverside - it was suprising to me just how abundant flowers were in Greenland.

Greenland Pt.4 – Aappilattoq

The following morning and we were out fishing on the bend again. The fish were particularly suicidal that morning, but every time we reeled on in we decided it was too large to justify as breakfast. Four released fish later […]

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Greenland Pt.3 – Packrafting

A week into the trip we were both starting to hit our stride. Whilst the photographic conditions had yet to become spectacular we had nonetheless enjoyed fine weather and awe-inspiring scenery. Under cloudy skies we had a lazy start, heating […]

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At around 550m on the pass above the Klosterdalen valley these majestic towers soar into view. When we were planning the trip we had considered taking this route through to the fjord on the opposite side. Ultimately we were put off by another hikers description.

Greenland Pt.2: Klosterdalen

River crossings, mosquitoes, bog, hard scrambling and impenetrable trees – Klosterdalen was the hike from hell but the landscape was magical.

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