Archive for the ‘Landscape’ Category
Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year Commendation
I’m very pleased to have received a commendation in the Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year competition for my image of the Lake District. It will appear in the exhibition at Waterloo Station on the new mezzanine level from the 1st of December through until the end of January as well as being […]
Sydney Opera House mini folio
Architectural Photography of the Sydney Opera House Here’s a couple of shots from a mini folio of architectural images I’ve been working on which I shot earlier in the year while we were in Sydney. The black and white really sets off the tones of the Opera House against the dark sky and emphasises the […]
Is it really a year ago today…?
Great memories from the London 2012 Olympics which opened a year ago today It seems hard to believe a whole year has gone by since we were all eagerly anticipating the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Sadly I didn’t get to attend that but I did get see some of […]
The last sunset… well, of 2012!
Landscape Photography from South Australia The last sunset on Carrickalinga Beach for 2012. A lovely way to see the year out. Happy New Year! All images ©Adrian Lyon.
Loving these new shots from the London 2012 Olympic Park
Urban Landscape Architectural Photography at London 2012 The Basketball Arena at the Olympic Park, London 2012 designed by Sinclair Knight Merz with Wilkinson Eyre and KSS. All images ©Adrian Lyon.
New portfolio project ‘Bush Fires’ uploaded
A new portfolio project called ‘Bush Fires’ is now uploaded with a selection of images from a few hours spent in the area around Melbourne Australia devastated by bush fires one year ago. You can view them in the ‘portfolio’ section under projects. Please click here to link through to the portfolios. All images © […]
On the road to Marysville…
While travelling in Australia over Christmas one of the things high on my list was to visit and photograph the area north of Melbourne ravaged by bush fires almost a year ago. With only a few hours to spare before jumping on the plane home we didn’t get to spend the time I would have […]