My latest book, Beautiful Devon, has just been published!
A fairly short book, Beautiful Devon is essentially a series of photoessays about the loveliest areas of Devon, a county in the southwest of England, and is intended largely as a photographic memento to this beautiful part of the UK.
Beautiful Devon is published by my own publishing company, Aquaterra Publishing, and is available through all bookshops, both online and high street, and in the UK at least it costs just £9.99.
You can see sample photos and pages by clicking on the link below:
See Beautiful Devon sample pages
You can buy Beautiful Devon online directly from me through the Aquaterra Publishing website. Simply click on the link below to find out more:
Buy Beautiful Devon at Aquaterra Publishing
I hope you’ll like the book and will decide to buy a copy!
Finally, the last video diary for the first Wild Philippines photo shoot. This one covers a great day I had in the rainforest of Raja Sikatuna Protected Landscape, one of the last areas of natural rainforest remaining on the island of Bohol, in the south of the Philippines.
High humidity, very dense vegetation, tangled rattans, lots of wildlife…. It was a really good day on which to round off this trip, if a rather sticky, sweaty one!
The video diaries will resume in April, when the second (and final) photo shoot for Wild Philippines takes place. I hope you enjoy this last video.
You can also see this, and all the other video diaries, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nigelhicksphotography, where you can share with your friends and followers.
The final underwater photography for this first trip for the Wild Philippines project took place on the coral reefs off the southwest coast of Bohol, in the south of the Philippines.
Specifically, we did a few dives around Panglao Island and the nearby Balicasag Island. The former is quite a large island, one of the Philippines most popular tourism attractions, while Balicasag is a tiny island, a marine reserve, a few kilometres off the southwest tip of Panglao.
The reefs here are superb, with a huge range of hard and soft corals, as well as quite a mix of both reef and pelagic fish. A really exciting place to dive.
The video below shows some of the diving done over two days around these two islands. I hope you like it! You can also see this video at www.facebook.com/nigelhicksphotography, where you’ll be able to share the video with your friends and followers.
In this the latest video diary around my Wild Philippines photography work, I look at the few days I spent in beautiful El Nido, a magnificent place of rocky islands close to the northern tip of Palawan, in the far west of the Philippines.
Diving here brought up photography of a shoal of snappers, several turtles, and some stunning corals.
I hope you love it! You can also see this video on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nigelhicksphoto, where you can share it to your friends and followers.
Another video diary from the Wild Philippines project!
This time we’re on the island of Cebu, visiting Olango Island Wildlife Sanctuary and then photographing the wonderful submarine coral reefs at Moalboal, on Cebu’s southwest coast. I hope you enjoy!
You can also see this video, as well as all the others, on the Nigel Hicks Photography Facebook page, at www.facebook.com/nigelhicksphotography.
I’ve been falling behind on posting my video diaries from the Wild Philippines project, sad to say. Actually, part of the reason is good, because the reason I’ve been falling behind is that things have been pretty full-on, with a lot of photography, thanks to a lot of help from quite a range of people. More on all that in later video posts.
For now, here are two video diaries about the couple of days I spent up on Mt Pulag, third highest mountain in the Philippines, at just a little less than 3000 metres high. It’s a story of dense, tangled, wet forest, lots of mud, followed by a day in sunshine on the mountain’s summit grasslands above the forest.
Needless to say, I hope you enjoy the videos. If you do, feel free to share the link and/or leave a comment.
Here’s the first video:
And here’s the second:
Enjoy watching and please share!