Tag Archives: camping

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 […]

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 […]

An Teallach in Winter

An Teallach is one of Scotland’s most famous mountains, and deservedly so. Its jagged ridges, pricipitous drops and panoramic views make it an irresistable draw for hikers, but when the weather changes it can become dangerous, as we discovered!

Nationalpark Gesause: Days 1-2

Walking up through seemingly endless pine forest one thing was pretty apparent – it was too hot. I’ve complained about our recent cold UK summers, but hot weather is horrible to hike in, particularly if you are going uphill with a […]

Snowdonia – Winter Wonderland

With the Easter weekend approaching I had planned to travel to Arran with Emma for a 4 day backpacking trip. As it turned out work got in the way a bit and the forecast for Arran at least didn’t look […]

Assynt – Grey Skies and a Sunrise

I’m a great advocate of wild camping for the purposes of landscape photography. The possibilities it opens up to be in the right place at the right time are second to none. However, it does require a level of commitment […]

Planning the Fisherfield 6

I’ve had a hat trick of successful photography trips this year, Scotland then Iceland then Lofoten, with almost unbroken sunshine on every trip. With that in mind I am certainly due some bad weather and what better time to put […]

Lofoten: Days 6 to 9

Day 6 – To Krakhammartinden We packed up early and headed down to catch the ferry at around 10am (I don’t remember the exact time), the ferry actually left 15 minutes early leaving potential passengers looking dejected on the pier. […]

Lofoten: Days 3 to 5

Day 3 To Reinebringen I slept through the sunrise alarm and I woke up feeling great! More clear blue skies were on show. A slow start to the morning meant that we missed the 9am ferry (although we didn’t know […]

Lofoten Days 1 and 2

In the summer of 2012 I planned a photography trip to Lofoten with my girlfriend Emma. The purpose of the trip was twofold, firstly to visit and area of the world that I have always wanted to see and secondly […]

Laugavegur Days 1-3

The main goal of my return to Iceland was to see and photograph the view over Alftavatn (said Alf-ta-va) from the ridge above usually seen toward the end of day 2 of the Laugavegur. Photographs of this view from the […]

Wild Camping on Pen Y Fan

With the potential for a sunrise the following morning I couldnt resist visiting Pen Y Fan for the first time with a friend. Wild camping on the mountain summit in sub zero conditions I captured some of my favourite ever images.