Adam Burton Photography

Perspectives - General

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Long Way Down

One of the biggest challenges I faced when photographing the landscapes of the Faroe Islands was finding locations to photograph from sea level.  Although you are never far from the coast in the Faroe Islands, beaches are relatively uncommon....

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Interview for Photography Cool website

Q: What is it about Landscape Photography that you enjoy so much ? I really enjoy the outdoors but I suppose like many people I always needed a reason to get out and experience the coast and countryside.  Photography gives...

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The Moment

Approaching Lake Minnewanka in the magnificent Canadian Rockies I was unsure what to expect.  Although one of the largest lakes in Banff National Park it rather takes a back seat in popularity compared to its illustrious neighbours which include...

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On the Rocks

My new friend looks up at me with a strange expression as I stand beside my tripod on the slippery rocks, close to the fierce Atlantic waves crashing into the Faroe Islands.  He doesn't say anything, but I...

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Bossington Beach, Exmoor

When it comes to photographing beaches, I usually find myself drawn to dramatic rocky coves found in abundance throughout Devon and Cornwall near my home.  I guess this originates from a deep yearning for the wilder shores instilled in...

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Talland Bay, Cornwall

Sandwiched between the picturesque harbour towns of Polperro and Looe on Cornwall's south east coast, Talland Bay is an altogether different experience.  While both Polperro and Looe are prime destinations for summer holiday makers, Talland Bay enjoys a...

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