A PHOTOGRAPHER who has taken greater than two million images has shared a few of the most lovely photographs from the Highlands.
Nick Sidle, who has been a part of Highland-based Heartstone with co-founder Sitakumari since 1990, has labored all around the globe as a photographer and photojournalist.
Sitakimari mentioned of Sidle: “He was drawn to pictures from a really early age.
“His pure curiosity in each social and environmental topics ultimately led to his profession as a photographer and photojournalist and has seen him cowl documentary that includes these themes with particular entry assignments in lots of international locations, together with work in Kosovo and Bosnia throughout the conflicts there and in Afghanistan instantly after the fall of the Taliban regime after the worldwide response to 9/11.
“He’s additionally identified for his underwater photographs, together with such themes as the primary satellite tv for pc tagging of a Nice White shark within the southern ocean for conservation functions, a photostory featured in Australian Geographic.”
She continued: “His protection of army aviation, together with quick jets, has led to exhibitions in places together with the Royal Worldwide Air Tattoo and Duxford Air Museum.
“He has had his work exhibited in a few of the UK and Europe’s most prestigious and influential venues, together with London’s Southbank Centre, Barbican Centre, the British Library and European Parliament.
“His skill to method his topics, whether or not they be folks or the pure world, with respect and sensitivity, in addition to his nice sense of timing which produces the basic picture capturing a real ‘second in time’ have made him an internationally acclaimed photojournalist.
“His work continues to convey new companions and alternatives to Heartstone, the nationwide non-profit organisation he co-founded with Sitakumari in 1990 to problem prejudice and intolerance and convey folks collectively.”
She added: “His photolibrary now contains greater than two million photographs and is the important thing basis for all Heartstone’s exhibitions and tasks.
“A lot of his expertise as a photographer and photojournalist within the war-torn areas of the world and his social documentary work within the UK, particularly London, has supplied the background from which his writing has been impressed, why it’s so visible and feels so actual.
“As a author, Nick Sidle has labored professionally since 1984 producing brief tales, books, materials for the stage and commentaries on political, social, environmental and scientific topics.”