Author Archives: Ian Good

Turnberry Lighthouse

Turnberry Lighthouse This long exposure photograph of Turnberry Lighthouse on the west coast of Scotland ended up costing me quite a lot to capture! I’d clambered across the rocks at low tide to get to this position and set up my tripod, before taking a couple of four minute long exposures and a few other […]

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Isola Delle Femmine Harbour

Isola Delle Femmine Harbour This photo of Isola Delle Femmine harbour was taken during the blue hour just after sunset. I like to shoot at this time of the day when the warm colour from the street and building lights contrasts nicely with the still blue sky. Isola Delle Femmine is a small town in […]

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Glasgow At Night

Glasgow at Night Sally and I joined a group of photographer friends in Glasgow for a weekend of socializing, talking about photography and taking some photos. I captured this shot of Glasgow at night from the Clyde Arc, otherwise known as the squinty bridge, shortly before we all gathered in a nearby restaurant for dinner. There […]

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Odeon of Herodes Atticus

Odeon of Herodes Atticus The Odeon of Herodes Atticus is a stone amphitheatre built into the south western slopes of the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. Herodes Atticus was a Roman philosopher, teacher and politician who constructed it in 161 AD, in memory of his wife who had died the year before. It originally had a […]

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Sunrise in the Maldives | Daybreak

Sunrise in the Maldives There are a few reasons that I love to shoot at sunrise in the Maldives. For a start, you are almost guaranteed to see a beautiful sunrise every day. Another thing I love about it is that I get a lie in, compared to the time I have to get up […]

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