I’ve been photographing landscapes and people in Andalucia, Spain, since 2004. This is a recent collection taken earlier this month in Conil and nearby Cape Trafalgar. More images can be seen in ‘Projects’ under The Coast of Light.
Tag Archives: Conil
I haven’t uploaded many new images from the Coast of Light series for a while, but these are selection of recent images from walks around the town of Conil, in Andalucia this summer.
Some more recent additions to the Coast of Light series, from Andalucia. This is an edit from a set taken in August 2013.
From the Coast of Light series – Cliff top path near Calla Aceite, Conil, August 2009. This marker has since disappeared due to the continued erosion of the coastline.
Driftwood – from a project in 2010 called ‘Deadwood’. Parts of trees and shrubs washed up on a beach near collapsed cliffs in Conil, Andalucia.
Some new photographs from the Coast Of Light series, taken during August 2012.
A sequence taken on an early morning walk on the cliff-top paths near Cala del Aceite, near the town of Conil in Andalucia.
A few more shots from Andalucia, August 2011, with a couple slipped in from the Semana Santa, or Holy Week.
Some additions to the Coast of Light series I started a couple of years ago. Taken with my Fuji 6×4.5cm, the films and lo res scans arrived this morning. I quite like them as they are, as the colour is slightly muted, but I will make high res scans when time allows.
I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve been asked by people to take snaps of them in front of important landmarks. A camera is thrust in my direction, usually a very small compact, with an impossibly slow shutter release, which makes me look as if I’ve never touched a camera in my life. I fumble and eventually get an image, often after some quick tuition by the owner, showing me how the camera works. My recent holiday was no exception. Though this time, I kept a record with my camera too. This happy group ran up saying, “Foto, […]