Hunting through long grasses

From the crazy and chaotic traffic in Kenya’s capital Nairobi where the biggest vehicle and loudest horn rules the day to the red ochre dust covered roadsides with their brightly coloured shops and businesses scattered for miles along the endless routes to the vast expanse of the game reserves… …to the poverty and people lyingContinue reading “Hunting through long grasses”

The Trees

There’s something about the trees in Africa that lend themselves to pictures. Maybe it’s the delicate spreading canopies of the Acacia trees or the lone tree standing tall on a vast open horizon under the big skies that draws the eye or maybe it’s the shadow, light and form that draws the photographer in…either way,Continue reading “The Trees”

Feeding the Swaddles

Hill farmer Mark Rukin from Gatehouse Farm near Keld heads out on his quad bike to feed his stock of pure bred Swaledale sheep following a night of snow and freezing cold temperatures on the North Yorkshire Moors…     See more of my work on my website and blogs….┬áHERE Images copyright Ian Forsyth NoContinue reading “Feeding the Swaddles”

Nice Light

Here’s a few pictures from over the last couple of days taken around Saltburn and South Gare…and the light was really working!   …and the picture above also made the Guardian Eyewitness…   See more of my work on my website and blogs via the link……┬áHERE All pictures copyright Ian Forsyth No usage without arrangement

Out and about in Swaledale

I was out and about in Swaledale in Yorkshire for most of this morning shooting a few pictures for the papers and their websites. Lovely part of the world over there and was a great drive up in the hills as I headed over to the A66 on the Cumbrian border. See the links atContinue reading “Out and about in Swaledale”