View Photos

Use the drop down lists below to browse the gallery by genre or by location.

Genres Locations

Venetian Canal

Taken in the north of Venice, most of the city is a postcard waiting to happen!

[Click on the image to see more detail]

One of the marvels of the world, the Great Wall of China, unrestored section as seen from near the Mutianyi section of the wall, north of Beijing. A black and white shot taken at the top of the abbey Mont St. Michel in northern France. An interesting exposure of a room in the middle of the Mont St. Michel abbey complex in Northern France. The stone arches supporting the abbey of Mont St Michel often can  unnoticed, but they are more works of art than simply  structural supports. This is a shot of the Vatican taken from the top of nearby Castel Sant'Angelo, on the banks of the river Tiber. The original wooden roof of a church not far from the hustle and bustle of busy La Rambla in the Spanish city of Barcelona. This is at the entrance to the Capela dos Ossos in the city of Evora in Portugal.  The macabre nature of the chapel is well and truly masked by the opulent detail which welcomes you. A look inside the Capela dos Ossos, or Chapel of Bones, located in the Portuguese city of Evora.  Features a warning at the entrance: “We, the bones that are here, await yours." This is a photo underneath the massive dome of St Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City.  The pavilion-like structure in the centre stands 30 metres tall! Venice's most famous place certainly has a lot of vacant seats.  This is a nice portrait shot of the world renown square on a beautiful Summer's day in 2009. Taken in 2009, this black and white exposure captures the majestic tower bridge opening with the iconic white tower of the Tower of London to the left. Taken at the St. John's co-cathedral in Malta, this church originally was quite spartan, but over many decades the wealth here amassed as the Knights of St. John prospered. In the heart of the "Eternal City", Rome, there is a great fountain - the Trevi Fountain.  This is a portrait shot from our visit there in 2009. This is a nice shot of the rich interior of St John's Co-Cathedral on the island of Malta.  Its rich heritage is owed to the successes of the Knights of St John, who relocated to Malta after leaving the island of Rhodes. Taken in the north of Venice, most of the city is a postcard waiting to happen! This gate is located in the surrounding area at the six harmonies pagoda, the structure was built during the Southern Song Dynasty (420-589), and improved during the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing Dynasties (1644 -1911).