capturing moods, moments and memories on my travels
A lone hiker contemplated the air, light and color captured in the yawning jaws of the Grand Canyon
See the skeleton in this cloud? That's what you can expect when hiking through Ghost Ranch in New Mexico...
This is how the sunset looks from above the clouds 4,200m above sea level, at the Mauna Kea observatories on the Big Island of Hawaii
My first African sunset - now I understand why they are so revered
We rode our camels through the dunes in darkness, then waited for a spectacular dawn to burst over our desert camp
Canyonlands National Park
It always amazes me what will live in the desert and never quite dies
Flying a helicopter along the Black Canyon of the Colorado River towards Hoover Dam
Santiago de Cuba
Sky on fire, burning bush or simply blazing sunset?
It is a defining characteristic of genuinely beautiful places that they still look good in bad weather: Iceland's primordial terrain, with its glistening lava rocks and luminous green moss, loves a big rainstorm.
Dawn breaks over Prospect Point, Grand Cayman
A mule train heads towards the market at San Pedro de Atacama, past enormous lava fields created by the mighty Licancabur volcano on the border with Bolivia
Whether you attempt the hike or endure the queue for the cable car, the view from the top of Table Mountain is well worth the time and effort
Bay of Kotor, Montenegro
There are 25 slippery hairpin bends to drive up Mt Lovcen to get this view over the Bay of Kotor