Heavy mist shrouds the Channel Islandm
Grey skies at Vazon on Guernsey’s West coast.
Can you spot the ferry, Condor Liberation, pulling out-of the harbour in this aerial shot taken as I took off from Guernsey airport?
Here’s another shot, this time of St Sampson’s harbour.
A beautiful sunrise across a December sky over Guernsey.
The way the colours cascade into the water on such a dark night was just fantastic. It was like a watery rainbow spreading across the horizon.
These furious clouds, pictured, gathered outside St Peter Port harbour in Guernsey just hours before Storm Angus smashed into the island in November 2016.
Quite a few trees fell as the fierce winds rocked the Channel Island. The photo below was even featured on The Sun newspaper website.
The west coast beach looking suitably windswept with lugubrious slate coloured clouds hanging heavy in November.
Are those people giants? Or what the heck happened to parliament and the London Eye?