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Dec
03
In Discussion with Kai Hornung

In Discussion with Kai Hornung

Kai Hornung is a Hanover-based fine art landscape photographer and educator who has won several international awards (including Winner -
1 min read
Dec
03
The Quiet Landscape by Steve Hadeen

The Quiet Landscape by Steve Hadeen

4 min read
Nov
24
In Discussion with Mark Seawell

In Discussion with Mark Seawell

Mark Seawell is a Utah-based photographer who discovered and honed his craft while based in Germany serving with the United
1 min read
Nov
19
Locations Revisited by Brian Northmore

Locations Revisited by Brian Northmore

I come from a manufacturing background. The Japanese word Kaizen means continuous improvement. In the workplace, we are referring to
4 min read
Nov
19
Only by the Night by Darren Kelland

Only by the Night by Darren Kelland

“There are truths which one can only see in the dark” – Isaac Bashevis Singer Night photography is an interesting niche
5 min read
Nov
19
Lockdown Landscapes by Shannon Kalahan

Lockdown Landscapes by Shannon Kalahan

How far would you go to follow your dreams? While many of us would love to spend all of our
8 min read
Jul
09
South West England by Anne Strickland

South West England by Anne Strickland

I am a landscape photographer based in Alabama, USA who combines my love of photography with my zest for travel.
6 min read
Jul
08
It's a Way of Life by Shannon Kalahan

It's a Way of Life by Shannon Kalahan

Be The Change You Want To See In The World... For a long time, I wanted to make a positive
6 min read
Jul
07
Local Reflections by Gareth Goldthorpe

Local Reflections by Gareth Goldthorpe

For many people, myself included, landscape photography is borne from a love of the natural world and is usually combined
7 min read
Jul
07
The Mourne Mountains by Barrie Lathwell

The Mourne Mountains by Barrie Lathwell

I am a 64-year-old retired computer technician living in Lisburn, Northern Ireland. Four years ago I ventured into the Mourne
7 min read