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August saw us on a trip to the rainforests of Borneo, where we were focussed on trying to photograph some of the island’s endemic animals and birds. Borneo is home to spectacular wildlife including Hornbills, Orangutans, Sun-Bears and Clouded Leopards. This is the land of longhouses and head-hunters. We spent our time around Mount Kinabalu, the Kinabatagan River, Sepilok and Sandakan. It was a huge shock to see how little pristine rainforest remains; Palm Oil plantations are everywhere. We felt incredibly privileged and sad at the same time to photograph the threatened wildlife of Borneo. For the full set of Borneo Images please visit the Borneo Gallery at Images>Places>Borneo

In May we headed south to Italy – we spent our time in Tuscany, more specifically the Val D’Orcia, then on the Italian Riviera photographing in the Cinque Terre. It was Spring and we were treated to a lot of rain, but also some incredible light, with at times almost ‘Biblical’ storms. This is just a small selection from the trip, for the full coverage head to the relevant Galleries: Images>Places>Italy>Tuscany and >Images>Places>Italy>Cinque-Terre. In Italy Gigi continued to explore her ‘Mindfulness’ project – the results of which can be found in the Galleries “Impressions of Tuscany” Images>Italy>Impressions and Cinque Terre Impressions Images>Italy>Cinque-Terre_Impressions.

Our first assignment for 2023 was to the Arctic in the middle of the Northern Hemisphere Winter. Going that far North in February is always a challenge and we certainly got our fair share of Gale Force winds, driving snow and double-digit temperatures below zero! The landscape however didn’t disappoint; in between ferocious snowstorms we were treated to moments of calm and Zen like images. We occasionally saw blue skies and the tops of the incredible mountains which rise straight from Sea level up to the clouds. We photographed around the Lyngen Alps and the Island groups of Kvaloya, Senja and Lofoten. For the full set of Norway Images please visit the Norway gallery at: Images>Places>Norway.

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Rodney Phillips(non-registered)
OMG. Just discovered your Arctic images. So Beautiful. I've purchased 2 of your Aurora photos. Congrats both!
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