The North Sea is surrounded by a number of countries, including the Netherlands, Belgium, England, Scotland but also Iceland and Norway. Although I have not visited all countries as a landscape photographer, this sea runs like a red line through my portfolio of seascape photos. And that is not without reason. The North Sea coastline is so incredibly versatile. Why go far away when so many beautiful things are close by?
There are those mornings that, while photography at sunrise, you feel completely surrounded by grace. Similarly this morning near the Berwickshire coastal path at Eyemouth. The sea was calm this morning at the peninsula. I stand on the edge of a cliff. Looking over the North sea. There was only silence. Only a few birds […]
This location was high on my list for photography during our stay in Scotland! Location? Tantallon Castle near North Berwick in East Lothian. It’s a Beautiful castle on a cliff at the North Sea. The rocks in the bay were amazing. It was perhaps the most difficult place I have ever photographed. No, it wasn’t […]
It makes me still… When the earth awakens… It reminds me how great is Thou art… That’s my conclusion after a very nice stay at the Scottish Border with his fabulous coastline. A few weeks ago, we (my family and I) stays for our holiday in Scotland. Scotland… Glen Coe, Isle of Sky and the […]
On 28 january of this year, it was a windy stormy day. On such moments, de sea is calling to me. With some preparations I jump in to the car and drive to Domburg. After a drive of 1,5 hour I arrived. Some wonderful skies flies over me. I feel some happines in me. I […]
You have those days… Beautiful skies, beautiful location… But whatever you try photographically, it does not matter. Now, this was such a day. Nothing worked. On such a day, with such a sunset, you have to go back to the base. Keep it simple. And I did that here… And then the light came out […]
It was a struggeling to get this image right. The conditions on locations where great. But it was to early in the morning to work with the rigth settings to get a decent histogram. So… When time flies away! Stand strong… I tell you why… I worked with a F5.6 and a higher ISO. From […]