From the new Folio – Iceland 1


I’ve been out and about a bit in the last few months, infact I managed to find myself in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales in four consecutive days last month!

Prior to that I spent a week in Iceland with great friend Brendan Burns, Ireland with my daughter Nia Haf, for a week in Kerry, and Scotland with my brothers and mum. Surfice to say it was hectic but brilliant.

Since coming back I’ve spent sometime sorting the work out and also making up a new folio to hike a round a bit for exhibitions and who knows what. So rather than write about my experiences over the last months I thought I’d just show images. So here goes, 15 images per post for a little while from the new extended folio. Hope you enjoy them. First a few from Iceland.








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  1. Awesome interpretations of a great place. Looking forward to the others!

  2. Nice to see your posting again ! have to sort out a pub night with James

  3. Yeah that would be good – before Christmas

  4. Lovely images, Tim. So envious. Good to see you back on form.

  5. Thanks Joyce, nice to hear from you.

  6. Great photos Tim.
    When I was in Iceland in Feb it was almost all ‘whiteout’ – and too cloudy for the aurora.
    Must catch up soon.

  7. Tim thanks for both Iceland 1&2, colour is strangely different, and the textures of stuff in the landscape, and the rain in the sea is odd and beautiful, really enjoyed them

  8. Thanks Andy, the light was different and the colour ranged from subtle hues in some of the volcanic ash to full on palettes on the ground we were walking over. Such a wonderful place!

  9. Hi Peter,

    Good to hear from you – Yes lets meet up soon!

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