Stockholm

I’ve wanted to visit Sweden for along time. Strangely despite my travels, Scandinavia is one area I’d not really got to. So I was more than please to spend a long weekend visiting Stockholm. I loved the city and will definitely be back, but also want to explore the region further. Just need to find the time now!

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Sudan
View out over the ironstone covered hills in the desert

Sudan

Sudan, a country with more pyramids than Egypt but which few people travel to. The country is full of amazingly well-preserved sandstone temples, tombs engraved with images of the pharaohs and pyramids, including the stunning Royal Necropolis of Meroe. At times this trip felt like you were a Victorian era explorer, cresting a dune to find a temple complex in-front of you and feeling like you were the first to discover it!

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Faroe Islands
The classic shot of Mulafossur Waterfall with the village of Gasadalur behind it.

Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands, part of Denmark and situated halfway between Norway and Iceland, are becoming very popular with photographers, mainly for their remoteness, towering cliffs, fjords and waterfalls. In October 2017 I visited for 3 days and now I’m hooked and definitely want to go back!

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Copenhagen

Some shots taken over a long weekend getaway to Denmark.

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Galway, Ireland

Before I moved to Ireland permanently I spent a few days visiting Galway. A harbour city on Ireland’s west coast, it sits where the River Corrib meets the Atlantic Ocean. The city’s hub is 18th-century Eyre Square, a popular meeting spot surrounded by shops and traditional pubs, often with the sound of live Irish folk music drifting out from their doors.

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Mongolia
A young group of Eagle Hunters

Mongolia

In 2014 Wanderlust travel magazine named Mongolia its number one emerging destination. I was quite happy as a few months earlier I’d booked a trip to go stay with a local family of Eagle Hunters (they hunt with Eagles, not for them) and to attend a remote local Eagle Festival. It turned out to be an experience I won’t forget for a long time.

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