In 2014 I joined a cricket team from North Wales, Carmel CC, on an unusual cricket tour – to the Former Yugoslavia. Two years later, some of my photographs from our game at the Surnikovo ground in the Slovenian Alps, against Mežica CC, have been included in Brian Levison ‘s new book Remarkable Cricket Grounds. … More Photographs from Slovenia in the book ‘Remarkable Cricket Grounds’
A minaret in Denizli. – Some of the colours, shapes, tones and patterns of southern Turkey [11 photos]:
Some of the people that we met in Kemer, Denizli and Pamukkale. Turkey is a country with beautiful landcscapes, memorable food, great weather and a thrilling history – but its people make the most vivid impression of all. [7 photos]:
Seventeen hours on a bus with fourty Russian tourists, travelling along dusty roads through barren landscapes, wouldn’t sound like a romantic trip to most couples on their honeymoon. But then again, not many couples could look forward to a dip in the therapeutic mineral pools at the end of the journey as much as Anastasiya and I, when we signed … More The Road to Pamukkale: Antalya to Denizli (Turkey)
. Half a dozen photographs that I took in Ukraine this summer – in Khersones (Crimea), Kyiv and Chernihiv.
Some photographs taken in Kyiv, central Ukraine, where I have been working since 2007. Click on the thumbnails below to enlarge them. … More Photo set: Kyiv
The new people, places and situations that we encounter during our lives shape the way that we view the world. In late July 2008 I experienced all three at the same time, during an overnight train journey between Hungary and Ukraine in the middle of my vacation from the law firm in Kyiv where I had been working. The journey will stay in my mind for longer than the holiday itself. … More The Night Train