This was my winning image in Landscape Photographer of the Year. The tide had begun to turn and had started carving remarkable curved lines in the snow, revealing the warm coloured shingle beneath.
The curling aurora flickered above the mountains in Northern Norway.
The curve of the posts of the old pier in Swanage are exaggerated by the position of the camera. By moving a little to the right the posts appear almost linear.
The sweeping, endless curves of the desert are so graceful, especially at either end of the day when the shadows are elongated.
The gentle arc of a rainbow, during a heavy rain-shower.
The contours of a mountain pass in Morocco.
I was taken aback to see such straight lines in the desert. It made the adjacent curves seem even more remarkable.
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.
The edge of a Norwegian fjord photographed in some fleeting light between heavy snow showers.
The jagged curve of this jetty covered in snow looked especially attractive against the green-blue sea.
The edges of this stream and the lovely wide curve could occupy me for hours. The frozen snow-covered beaches really are magical places to spend time.
A stream running into the sea and the waves washing back up the shore created some really lovely patterns in the water.