Landscape Photography – Marsden Moorland fires

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Hey. So this week I was going to do a blogpost on some of my old California shots but after the wild fires near my favourite Yorkshire moorland.  I will show you the impact of leaving a BBQ in the middle of wild heather on a dry day, instead. Hope you like it 

 

©The Riley Shot , Street Photography in Whitby, Travel Shots

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Whitby

These are a few shots I took when spending the bank holiday in Whitby. We managed to avoid the crowds by sneaking around the side streets to take in the best it has to offer.
 I love Whitby and try to visit a few times a year – like everyone we have our routine. First is a good walk up to the Abbey with a coffee in hand, sitting on the cliff top looking down over the bay. Once we have rested we stroll back down the 199 steps and stop at the Duke of York for lunch, then a wonder over to the arcades and around the harbour.
This year the crowds took us off the normal path and we decided to head up into the side streets where I tried to capture the town at its best. We had a great weekend and with Mrs Riley’s patience I was able to play around and take some street shots for the blog.

I’m booked in for some wedding photography in Keighley, Yorkshire and also in Wales in the next few months so I’ll be updating my new website and blog with some wedding and engagement shots soon.
For more info contact me on scott@therileyshot.com

Travel Photography – Kefalonia by Scott Riley ©The Riley Shot

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After spending a week in Kefalonia, Greece I was hoping to capture a few underwater shots, but as it turns out a £10 camera cover doesn’t work very well. Instead I concentrated on what I know well and shot some landscape pics that I’m really proud of.
What I found really interesting about this small Island was that where ever we went, you could see the old houses before the terrible earthquake of the 1950’s. I couldn’t help stopping at every opportunity to capture what Kefalonia has left behind.

 We had a great week travelling all over the Island from beautiful beaches to some amazing little Greek villages, my favourite moment happened on our 2nd to last day. A huge Loggerhead Turtle came into the harbor which we happened to be sun bathing near, so we decided to grab our snorkels and say hello. It was so majestic in the water – we swam around for about 15-20 minutes before it decided to take off into the open water. We found out after the swim it used to come into the harbor with another smaller Turtle every day, so I stayed around the next morning to get a few snaps on top of the water to show what he looked like.
I will keep this short and sweet and hope the shots speak for themselves. In a few days time I will upload my latest family portrait session.