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I hope that you have enjoyed visiting my website, before leaving please permit me to tell you a bit about myself.

I have spent all my working life in the construction industry which has provided me with the vehicle to travel the world, climb a few mountains and take lots of photographs along the way. I still visit and climb in the Alps, I have climbed in East Africa and the Greater ranges of Nepal and Pakistan along with the lesser known Zagros mountains of Iran and the Al Hajr mountains of the Arabian Peninsula.

I have lived and worked in East Africa, most countries of the Middle East and SE Asia and the rarely visited Falkland Islands.

I am an ex-President of Lancaster Photographic Society, a double Associate of the Royal Photographic Society, a member of the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild and a holder of the International Mountain Leader Award. I am also the current President of the Austrian Alpine Club(UK) OeAV Sektion Britannia.

My business interests are best decribed as anything to do with mountains and photography.

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Diary and Blog

So here we are halfway through 2017!

In March it was snow time and snow-shoeing in Ost Tyrol and the mountains above the Villgratental valley but like most places this year we had to go higher to find decent amounts of snow. In early May we had our trip to Passchendaele in time for the centenary of the Battle of Arras and Third Battle of Ypres. All of July was spent doing various tours in Austria and Zillertal Alps, but the weather was not very good and we only achieved a little of what we set out to do. In September when we hope to go to Colorado. Things are a bit vague after that but the AAC(UK) AGM at Plas y Brenin will be on the list as will chasing steam trains on the Settle-Carlisle railway.

No doubt there will be other ideas for chasing the light to keep this happy snapper busy.

Whatever you are doing, ENJOY life is short

 

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