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Monday, December 8, 2008

Photographer Alex Aitkenhead

Alex Aikenhead enjoys photography as a hobby, but Im sure at the right price tag he could consider a career change.

His pictures are really special as he always takes them from an angle not many would consider. Which is why I enjoy taking these strange photo's of him in weird places (my best one so far was catchin him in a tree once! - as you will see in the last image in this article.)

Most of the desktop and wallpaper images on this blog are his and I hope you get great pleasure in viewing his pictures now and in time to come.

Alex uses a Canon EOS-1D Mark III, 10.1 Megapixel, SLR, Digital Camera

Should you wish to make use of any of his pictures for commercial use, please contact The Hiking Guide.

More about Alex's pictures on his new blog:

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