The city of Dubrovnik, known throughout the ages as Ragusa, is on the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia. Founded in the 13th century, the city was an important Mediterranean sea power for centuries. The Old Town is encircled by a high stone wall with many defensive and lookout towers. Dubrovnik is a well-preserved example of a late-medieval walled city and the Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Prints available, click for a larger preview.
Boats rock peacefully in the Donsö marina, under a beautiful early summer sky. Donsö is an important fishing village in the Southern Gothenburg archipelago, off the coast of Gothenburg, Sweden. Donsö has 1,400 residents, many staying only for the summer. The archipelago is car free, with residents and visitors using ferries, cycles, mopeds and electric cars. The Donsö harbor is the center of the island, surrounded by modern facilities. Prints available, click for a larger preview and details
Close up, black and white photograph of shallow water flowing over a rocky creek bed in Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia shows dramatic patterns and textures created by ripples both large and small. Prints available in any size and on any material. Click for a larger preview
Lit with soft side-light, deep within the tunnels of Diocletian’s Palace in Split, Croatia a lone scooter epitomizes the character of the ancient European city. Prints available, click for a larger preview.
I made this photograph during our UK Photo Tour in June 2013. West Burton is a lovely, quintessential country village in the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Dales. This nature photograph shows a graceful waterfall amid lush greenery. Also known as West Burton Falls, this lovely waterfall is just outside the village of West Burton. The falls are on a stream called Walden Beck, which joins Bishopdale Beck and eventually the River Ure. Available in color and black-and-white versions. Prints available in any size and on any material. Click each image for a larger preview.