Landscape at 30,000 ft
Annnnd, we’re back! Sorry about the silence – turns out it’s hard to update when broken keyboards and temperamental internet connections conspire against you. On the plus side, I got to see some pretty impressive cloud formations doing their best impression of an alien fairytale landscape, which made for a nice few hours of plane-based photography.
I’m still getting caught up on the internet, so please bear with me if I don’t get to your blogs for a couple of days.
Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland (September 2009)
Here’s another picture of the incredibly dramatic (and utterly gorgeous) Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland.
Rock Wave, Uluru (April 2010)
Another of the stunning details of Uluru, revealed only when you take the time to get up close to the massive monolith.
(See more pictures of Uluru on Journey Photographic here)
Busker, Covent Garden
Anyone who says men can’t multitask has obviously never seen this busker in action – eating an apple while juggling it, two knives, and riding a unicycle!
(See more pictures of Buskers at Covent Garden on Journey Photographic here)
American Cemetery, Normandy (March 2007)
The American Cemetery in Normandy, France, is the final resting place for 9,387 American soldiers; the Walls of the Missing are inscribed with a further 1,557 names.
Lemons, Sorrento (September 2009)
A woman inspects the famous (and giant) lemons of Sorrento. Appropriately, the card in her hand is a discount offer for Limoncello, the alcoholic end state for many of the Sorrento lemons.
(See more pictures of Italy on Journey Photographic here)
Mojave Desert, United States (October 2010)
Early morning light falls on the mountain ranges in the Mojave Desert.
(See more pictures of the Mojave Desert on Journey Photographic here)