Wadi Rum

32 Photos


30 Photos

Hardangervidda National Park

20 Photos

Piz Boè

34 Photos

Banff National Park

28 Photos

Death Valley

40 Photos


28 Photos

Stanley Glacier

16 Photos

Namafjall Hverir

20 Photos

Jasper National Park

30 Photos


17 Photos


59 Photos

Seltun Geothermal Area

14 Photos

Banff National Park

28 Photos

Vallée Blanche

43 Photos


24 Photos

Iceland, Miscellaneous

58 Photos

Glacier Trail Felskinn Mattmark

48 Photos


12 Photos


9 Photos


16 Photos

Leirhnjukur Lava Field

14 Photos

Réfuge Albert 1er / Glacier du Tour

25 Photos

McKittrick Oil Field

11 Photos


28 Photos

New and Updated Galleries


Photography for me is a way of engaging with the world. It forces me to look closely, to be alert to what's happening around me. I see a lot more when I'm taking pictures than when I'm just walking around or getting from A to B. I hope that, as you browse through my photos, you will get a sense of what I'm excited about. A good starting point is to click random (and continue doing so) or to browse Favourites, which contains a selection of my personal favourites.

There are currently more than 3,000 photos in the database. The database can be accessed by location and theme. It works just like any other database, so at any moment you can jump to a different cross section by clicking on a tag. By default the latest photos to be uploaded come last. Thus, to check out the most recent photos tagged "glacier" you have to go to glacier, select last page and click previous from there.

Unfortunately, as of this writing it is NOT possible to swipe to the next or previous photo: you still have to navigate the old-fashioned way by clicking next or previous. I know that the current layout is dated (e.g. individual photos ARE responsive, but the thumbnail grid isn't). I'm planning a major upgrade, however this is not as straightforward as it sounds.

There should be a counter and a previous, next and thumbnails button below each photo, but I've noticed that for some reason it sometimes fails to pop up. However, if you click on a tag or enter the database through one of the high level categories (places or themes) and select a photo from there, it should appear.