I've enjoyed taking photos for a long time and every now and again I take a photo I really quite like. Here are a few of them…

A lady working on a fishing net on a beach in Canggu A man in his workshop in Hoi An, surrounded by bikes and grease A guy called Mark that I ambushed and followed around for while to take some photos. The pure lucky timing on this photo makes it one of my favourites My wife, Nikki, dangling off the side of a French cliff that I'd come down just minutes before My cousin Gary making staying upright in his kayak look effortless during a trip to the French Alps, to be fair he is a kayak instructor The single good image from a walk along the seafront at Ramsgate, I like the bleakness and the symmetry except for the life ring. Kinda looks like a "there's hope, even in the bleakest times" stock photo The legs of my tripod were in the water and my camera barely above it for this shot looking over a small pond toward Mount Cook in New Zealand Two trees in the fog in Tonbridge. This is one of my very favourite images, though I can't decide on the best way to crop it A giant leaf from The Eden Project fills the frame. Not a close up, it's just huge I just like it, anyone could take it and there are endless almost identical photos Amazingly this was right next to the road in Scotland. No arduous hike to get this one. One of the first good long exposure photos I took This is one of my personal all time favourites, but seems to get an underwhelming response from people. A somewhat abstract shot of a rhino's eye Tree-ception, ish. An early morning walk around Tonbridge resulted in this pleasing image