New Photos Added: Berlin, February 2013

As promised, here is more of the backlog of content I’ve been needing to upload.

So last month a group of us went to Berlin to celebrate a friends 21st Birthday. I was once again quite lucky with the weather. Despite it being bitterly cold all weekend, (-6 degrees celsius at best), an earlier snowfall remained, giving a sort of wintry feeling to the shots I managed to take. All the photos you will see were taken with my 600D using the trusty Tamron 18-200mm. We managed to fit in enough time to do some of the more ‘touristy’ things in Berlin, so what you’ll see are photos of the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, the Olympic Stadium and Berlin Zoo (which I highly, highly recommend). I cannot compliment Berlin enough, it’s diverse (due to the previous divide), cool, cultural but also a city where a party can last days, not just hours…

The photos are here, so please take a few minutes out of your day to have a look at them.

There’s still more photos to come, but I’m busier than normal over the next couple of weeks, so it may be a week or two before the next batch.

Thanks for the support,



New Photos Added – Amsterdam, September 2012

Vastly, vastly overdue, I’ve finally managed to upload some photos I took when visiting Amsterdam last September. I was bathed in sunlight for the entire weekend, and so couldn’t have really asked for better conditions, allowing me to take photos with a very quick shutter speed, great for taking photos on the move in a city. All photos taken with my 600D using the Tamron 18-200mm lens.

Amsterdam was incredible, and instantly made it into the list of my favourite cities in the world, it’s just so laid back it’s unbelievable.

Anyway, the photos are here, so please, please take a look, comment on your favourites etc etc.

Although I always do say I should be back with more photos soon, I genuinely mean that this time. I’ve got photos from Berlin to upload, Crosby (Liverpool) and I’m shortly going away to Malaga, so the content should be coming thick and fast.

Finally, please check out my other website here. That one is more of a journalistic, editorial website, full of opinion pieces on things that have interested me.