Thailand at it's most stunning. Stepping outside of a tent on a floating platform in the middle of a lake, is definitely an experience you can't forget. I made sure to be up early to capture the first light on the mountain and to simply enjoy one of the most incredible sights of untouched landscape I've seen.
About an hour from Bangkok and you can find a floating village with a traditional floating market selling fruits and produce. Most of it now centred around tourism, but if you know where to look you can still find the older generation of women gently paddling through the flooded streets selling fruits to the locals.
The endless lights of Bangkok at night. I was lucky to be up high on the festival of Loy Krathong (Festival of Lights). Colourful boats lined the river and fireworks were going off all around the city.
This is a popular waterfall in the Lake District for good reason. It's perfectly crafted bridge lies across the river as it tumbles down into a narrow gorge. The rocks all around are lush with green from the spray.
The town of Keswick nestled among the hills lies next to Derwentwater, a sprawling picturesque lake with dotted islands and bays. You can see this view easily from the top of Latrigg, a lower peak on the way up to Skiddaw.
This was another of my favourite scenes. At just the right moment the sun transforms everything into diagonal lines of shadows stretching out all across the landscape. The lush green meadows make for a perfect canvas. Taken just off the beaten track on Latrigg.
This was one my favourite scenes to capture. The natural landscape is all there, the tiny village of Troutbeck, near Windermere, is huddled into the hillside, and the sheep are grazing in a lush green meadow. Five minutes of pure golden light backlights the trees and transforms everything.
A quintessential Lake District landscape. Picturesque farms and fields, lush woodland, rolling hills and the town of Keswick nestled by Derwentwater. The climb up the lower slopes of Skiddaw is tough, but the views are some of the best around.
A narrow rocky path leads vaguely to this point along the southern slopes of Buttermere valley. If you can wait till just the right moment, the sun falls below the cloud base and streams down the valley illuminating it in every shade of green. You can see a glimpse of Crummock Water beyond Buttermere.