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I love travelling to photograph the world. It is not only part of my job, but also one of the greatest pleasures in my life, after my family.
I am currently writing this, sat in a busy airport, in Tenerife, Canary Islands, returning home from my latest trip. Although renowned as a famous destination for tourists seeking a bit of sea, sun and relaxation, I doubt many of us have yet discovered that it has so much more to offer; the main attraction being the volcanic mountain, Teide. If, like me, you enjoy the rougher side of our planet, then you will certainly find this landscape awe-inspiring and full of endless potential.
During my time there I visited many locations, walked many paths – and just as many times, sat down to catch my breath and just drink in the breathtaking views.
The landscape is extraordinary and yet, despite my best planning, I still underestimated that an island like Tenerife would have so much to offer a landscape photographer. I know I have barely touched the surface of this remarkable island, despite the itinerary I carefully planned and heading out every day to shoot under the idyllic morning and evening light.
There is so much more to discover and I am already planning my next visit, both to capture some of what I know I missed, and to discover even more inspiration in the many locations where I haven’t yet looked.
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