This week I finally began the task of sorting through the hundreds of pictures on the recently inaugurated Photo Sans Frontiers Facebook page, intending to compile a blog with which to showcase the photography posted by the members of our slowly growing little group.
But there are just too many great pictures.
So I’ve decided to make it a series of posts, each one of which will feature one or more photographers’ work
(almost like a proper photography blog, instead of just foisting my own twisted creations or travelogues on you)
So it seemed only fitting that I should devote the first chapter of this new venture to by far the most prolific contributor to the group, Chris Adams, in particular his wonderful nature photography, much of it taken around Ceredigion in Wales.
As I add more posts to the series, I shall be trying to get a little background from some of the people behind the camera, but for now just enjoy the rugged coastlines, dappled forests and winter landscapes that Chris has captured so beautifully.
That’s just a taster, there’ll be more from Photo Sans Frontiers ( and Chris, I’m sure) very soon.