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Durdle Door On Dorset’s Jurassic Coastline, England

As landscape photographers, there is an expectation of us to pursue originality - to shun the clichéd or commonplace and instead explore constantly new and evolving possibilities.  Of course I’m not suggesting this to be bad practice, far from it!  I have spent many, many hours contorting my body, camera and tripod into all manner of highly dubious positions to find a unique and hitherto unseen angle.  I’ve relentlessly circled, doggedly studied and earnestly considered the possibilities of seemingly the most innocuous subjects in my private chase of something fresh, invigorative and previously unrealised.

Yet despite this my continuing search, I can’t help but harbour a sneaking longing to...

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Andy Brown

An ardent devotee to most genres of landscape photography, Andy’s primary fervour and passion is for mono and split-toned, ultra long exposure imagery.

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