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A recent cliff-fall in Dorset had given the sea a very unusual chalky cloudiness. I loved way the sea looked so different to normal.
The jagged curve of this jetty covered in snow looked especially attractive against the green-blue sea.
A low tide leaves behind a wonderful shaped puddle mimicking the cloud overhead.
The way the swell of the sea creates patterns with a slower shutter speed can be very elegant.
Swirling sea around rocky shores can occupy me for hours. I never tire of the patterns they can form as they lap in and out.
A slightly abstract image of the snow against the red hut.
This was commended in Landscape Photographer of the Year in 2014.
This stream flowing into the sea is a favourite location in Norway. I always look forward to seeing it. It leads so generously to a stunning mountainous background.
This ledge on the Jurassic Coast is very popular with climbers but I enjoy it most early on a Winter morning.
A vibrant sunset reflecting on the sea and wet rocks on The Jurassic Coast. The ammonite in the foreground is very typical of the area.
A classically Norway view.
The shingle beach here creates some lovely curling waves on the shore which look great from the clifftop as well as the beach.
The edge of a Norwegian fjord photographed in some fleeting light between heavy snow showers.
The sweeping, endless curves of the desert are so graceful, especially at either end of the day when the shadows are elongated.
Northern lights in the sky above a shipwreck on a beach.
The sheer scale and power in this scene really convey the respect the sea demands.