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Travel photographs

"All experience is an arch wherethrough
Gleams that untravelled world, whose margin fades
For ever and for ever when I move."
Alfred, Lord Tennyson

I may not be the best photographer in the world, but I've been lucky enough to travel through scenery so breathtaking that even a monkey would be able to take the odd amazing photo. So here's a selection of my (hopefully) slightly better than monkey-quality photographs.

[Argentina] | [Bhutan] | [Britain] | [Chile] | [China] | [Colombia] | [Ecuador] | [Egypt] | [Ethiopia] | [France] | [Guatemala] | [India] | [Ireland] | [Italy] | [Kenya] | [Malawi] | [Mexico] | [Morocco] | [Nepal] | [Pakistan] | [Peru] | [Russia] | [Tanzania] | [Tibet] | [Uganda] | [United States] | [Venezuela] | [Zambia] | [Zimbabwe]

 

Latest albums

Nepal - Cholatse - October/November 2014. A successful ascent of the 6440m mountain in the Gokyo Valley, which while classified as a trekking peak by the Nepal Mountaineering Association, is a difficult technical climb along steep knife edge ridges.

Cholatse

Malawi - Sapitwa Peak, Mulanje - September 2014. An ascent of the highest point in Malawi, 3002m Sapitwa Peak, an extraordinarily intricate scramble on the Mulanje Massif, a verdant, isolated plateau rising high above the lowlands of southern Malawi.

Sapitwa Peak, Mulanje

Malawi - Mafinga Hills and Lake Malawi - September 2014. Exploratory trek to a range of remote hills on the Zambia/Malawi border, locating and mapping the highest point in Zambia, 2339m Mafinga Central. Relaxing at Cape Maclear beside the third largest lake in Africa.

Mafinga Hills and Lake Malawi

Zambia - South Luangwa National Park - September 2014. Four days of safari in one of Africa's top national parks for wildlife beside the Luangwa River, a major tributary of the Zambezi. Staying in a luxury tented camp with game drives or walking safaris every morning and evening.

South Luangwa National Park

Zimbabwe - Victoria Falls - September 2014. The Zimbabwean side of one of the most spectacular waterfalls on Earth, the 1.7km wide Victoria Falls on the River Zambezi bordering Zambia.

Victoria Falls

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My mountaineering and trekking diaries are available as e-books from a number of online bookstores.
Here's a little taster for those of you who are keen readers and lovers of adventure.

The remotest pub in Britain (Knoydart, Scotland)
A walk to Crampon Point (Everest, Tibet)
Crossing the vast highland plains (Wangdue Phodrang Plateau, Bhutan)
Ngozumba Tsho, the Fifth Lake (Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal)