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Friday, 12 May 2017

Tsars v Soviets : Travel feature for Lonely Planet Magazine - June 2017 - In the Shops Now!

Tsars v Soviets : 
Travel feature for Lonely Planet Magazine - June 2017.
In the Shops Now!

Tsars: The Wonderfully ornate interior - along with tourist hoards at the Church of of the Saviour on Spilled Blood.
Soviets: Monument to the Heroic Defenders Of Leningrad (Now known once again as St. Petersburg.

 Tsars: The cast of Swan Lake enjoying an oncore at the majestic Mariinskiy Ballet Theatre, St Petersburg.

Soviets: Screening Soviet era film at the Dom Kino Rodina Cinema, St Petersburg.

Tsars: Idiot Cafe, featuring our wonderfully old school Guide, avid Tolstoy fan and font of all knowledge, Ellana.
Vintage Tram Ride through Historic Centre of St. Petersburg.

Soviets: Chess & Vodka at the Kvartika Restaurant - that's what you call a Russian lunch!
Tsars: late summer sun in the grandiose Palace Square.

Soviets: Lenin's Office is carefully preserved at the Museum of Political History, St. Petersburg.
Tsars: Actress Valeria as Tsarina poses for tourist photo's outside the Russian Museum.

Larissa Paseka with Postage Stamps at Gelios (Soviet era antique shop)

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

IN ONE FELL SWOOP - Latest Images for Food and Travel Magazine - In The Shops NOW!

A Gourmet Traveller for Food and Travel magazine in which Michael Rafael and I swoop in on the heart of Lancashire, home to impeccable produce, charming inns and rolling countryside, like two Hen Harriers on a windy moor, we are bewitched by the enchanting Ribble Valley...

Crossing the River Hodder at The Inn at Whitewell

Wild flowers by every roadside in the beautiful Ribble Valley.

Bowland Brewery, Holmes Mill, Clitheroe (Recently voted best place to live in England).
Taste the wonderful Hen Harrier at Bowland Brewery, Clitheroe.
Head Chef Lisa Allen, Apple Cheesecake, Head Gardener Phil Dewhurst, Rare Breed Beef at Northcoat
Lancashire Hot Pot at the The Three Fishes Pub, Mitton.
Pendle Hill dominates the landscape (famous for the trials of the Pendle Witches) from the village of Downham.

Emma Robinson & Family lead home the naturally reared herd at Gazegill Organic Farm, Rimington. They rear and slaughter their own beef and I have to say it's the best I'v ever tasted.

Gazegill Organic Beef with potato crostie at La Locanda Restaurant, Gisburn - food at it's absolute best!

Typical Ribble Valley landscape somewhere between Mitton Hall to Cow Ark...

Sunday, 7 May 2017

'On Swiss Time' Gourmet Traveller for Food and Travel Magazine

'On Swiss Time' 
Anthony Lambert and I explore Zurich.
Known for Neutrality, Money, Chocolate and FIFA... 
Zurich, the capital of finance is shedding its staid image and embracing a new ethos celebrating culinary diversity. 

See my new Images of Zurich for Food and Travel Magazine out now!

Antonis Sirmopoulos-Restaurant Razzia-Zurich
Zurich Old Town

Zurich Old Town at night

Deux freres gin - Food Zurich Food Festival - Zurich
Hotel 25th - Zurich

Winterthur-Vollenweider (Chocholate selection)

Cocktails at Hotel Marktgasse-Baltho Restaurant & Bar

Mike Gut owner of Zurich-Restaurant Razzia-Zurich

Rübis & Stübis (Frau Gerolds Garden)-Box Park-Zurich West

Forelle Biau (Poached Blue Trout)-Fischers Fritz (Camp Site Restaurant)-Lake Zurich

Hot Chocolate & Red Currant tart at Conditorei Schobar-Zurich
Filet Mignon at Restaurant Razzia-Zurich

Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year, 2017 - Finalist and Highly Commended in 'Politics Of Food' Category

Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year, 2017:
Finalist and Highly Commended in the Category: 
'Politics Of Food'

Young workers on the night shift at Sanpya Fish Market, Yangon, Myanmar.
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Friday, 10 March 2017

2016 - 10th Annual International Colour Awards - Winner.



LOS ANGELES March 4, 2017 - Professional photographer Gary Latham of the UK was presented with the 10th Annual International Colour Awards Honourable Mention in the category of Wildlife at a prestigious Nomination & Winners Photo-show streamed Saturday, March 4, 2017.

The live online gala was attended by 9,575 photography fans around the globe who logged on to watch the climax of the industry's most important event for colour photography.
10th Annual Jury members included captains of the industry from Christie's, New York; Contemporary Art Society, London; Sotheby's, Paris; ING Collection, Netherlands; Y&R, Malaysia; Preus Museum, Norway; Art Beatus, Hong Kong; Ogilvy & Mather, Amsterdam; Whitechapel Gallery, London; and J. Walter Thompson, New York who honoured Colour Masters with 723 title awards in 33 categories.

"It is an incredible achievement to be selected among the best from the 6,178 entries we received this year," said Basil O'Brien, the awards Creative Director. “Gary Latham’s “Reindeer Migration,” an exceptional image entered in the Wildlife category, represents contemporary colour photography at its finest, and we're pleased to present him with the title of Honourable Mention.”

INTERNATIONAL COLOUR AWARDS is the leading international award honouring excellence in colour photography. This celebrated event shines a spotlight on the best professional and amateur photographers worldwide and honors the finest images with the highest achievements in colour photography.
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