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James Bay RMS
World War Two Cannons sat at Ladder Hill, Stunning Views.
The central ridge at night
Arum Lilly looking out over Sandy Bay and Lot.
Basil Read Cars are a common site on the Island
Night Sky 3
Birds cant sweat, so to cool down they pant rapidly.
Half Tree Hollow Clouds
Beach King Air 200 comes in to Land at St Helena Airport.
If you look closely you can see the left wheel hasn’t quite hit the ground. This is the exact moment of touchdown, so happy that I timed this right.
The lack of cisual content to accompany this entry leads me to just post some pretty pictures. As the weather continues to improves the nights become clearer as this shot of Half Tree Hollow at night shows only too well.
Working on behalf of the tourist office I have taken a series of photos to show the dining experience on the Island, an for me this sums it up, drinks in the sunset!
W South West Point
Central Ridge towards Flagstaff
Sandy Bay Arum Lily
James Bay Pebbles 1
View from the back garden!!
James Bay ND 1
WWII Canon Nightscape
Another shot of our neighbours. This time an 16 shot panorama with a double exposure for the car.
Egg Island, stained white with years of bird poo!!
The view from my back garden.
James Town Panorama
Humpback Diving Composite
James Bay ND 2
James Bay from mundens Long Exposure
James Bay ND3
Looking down on Sandy Bay Amphitheatre from High Peak
Sandy Bay Tree Fern
Night Sky 2
Francis Plain Night Sky
Cloud Forest of St Helena
James Bay Pebbles 2
The first fly past with the Barn on the Right and Flagstaff protruding to the left.
NE South West Point
Diana and Cuckolds Peaks
Longwood, Prosperous Bay and the Barn from Cuckholds Peak
Jacobs Ladder Night
You want to make sure you take off in time!
Sequence shot of the final touch down showing the moon like setting and terminal building still under construction.
This complicated photo involved a lot of work and is by no means perfect. The foreground requires a lot of light to be cast on it, so during a 20 second exposure, two off camera flashes are fired twice each to through some light on the foreground and distant rocks. Second exposures are then used to captre the skies. Finally a third set of images were needed to get the very nearby rocks in foucs against the distant stars. All in, 22 photos are then layered and stitched into this large panorama.
Pilling Primary School and Former Barracks.
Pro Arc, Project Management firm on St Helena with awesome Landrovers
Streets and junctions are marked with these wonderful wooden signs.
RMS at Night
Our house, a tiny spec in the endless galaxy.
sunset Half Tree Hollow
Cape Iris Napoleon’s Grave
Night Sky 1
Crucifix Orchid (Epidendrum ibaguense)
Church at Sandy Bay. This image is the result of 12 photos stitched together. The foreground is illuminated using a technique called light painting, whereby a torch is used to gently light the subject during a long exposure.