Underwater photography around the Isle of Skye – Reflections. Below the Skye Line is a joint project between photographer/diver, Gill Williams, and photographer/non-diver, Geraint Ashton Jones. We both live on Skye, both love the environment and both wanted to capture … Read More
A long planned photography trip to coincide with the penultimate day of HMS Oardacious 8 day training row as part of the Talisker Whisky Transatlantic Challenge. The aim was to create some images that the team could use to promote … Read More
This will not be a regular occurence but I have just posted the inaugural blog for the Below the Skye Line porject on the project website To go direct to the blog just click here:
I was recently afforded the opportunity to accompany Hugo Mitchell-Heggs and Dylan Woods to the Institute of Naval Medicine where they were to conduct sub-maximal testing under the supervision of Dr Fran Gunner. The testing was part of their pre reace preparations before they take on the Talisker Whisky Atalntic Challenge, a row across the Atlantic later in the year as part of a four man team all made up of submariners from the Royal Navy.
A busy but most enjoyable few days in Denver, Colorado attending my second Summit Workshop. This one focussed on lighting and I was fortunate enough to have access to four great photographers in Joey Terrill, Dave Black, Jenn Pottheiser and … Read More
The second blog from our collaboration with Gill Williams to examine and capture the underwater views around Skye. Clear waters off the Waternish pennisular allowed some very detailed images of a jellyfish (junvenile Lion’s Mane??) to be created along with … Read More
Introducing a new project which is a collaboration between Gill WIlliams and Alligin Photography to capture some of the underwater bio diversity found on Skye.
We recently covered the British Army’s Inter Corps Cross Country which was held at Tidworth. It coincided with the February week which saw record temperatures recorded in the South of England and the finishing straight was flooded with light from … Read More
Tuesday of this week started with grey mist rolling in to the garden from the Sound of Sleat. The finest of mizzle in the air settled in tiny droplets on everything and the light was flat. The wetness brought out … Read More
It is a 30-35 minute drive to Broadford where we find our nearest small Co-op supermarket. The journey starts on a single track twisting road over Lewisian Gneiss and Torridian outcrops before moving on to far newer rock which has … Read More