There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.

These words are from Ansel Adams, an American photographer and conservationist of the Twentieth Century. His work is renowned for its capture of the American landscape.

I am not in the same league as that extraordinary gentleman, but I aspire to capture as much as I can and hope you enjoy some of my images.

The train is leaving the station, so hop on board and share my delight of the playfulness of light.