My name is Esen Tunar. I am a Cypriot photographer currently based in Somerset, UK.
I have started doing photography in 2009 when I got my first DSLR. I bought a DSLR in order to capture the night sky but I have quickly become passionate about landscape photography instead. I soon started spending most of my time out on the field, trying to capture the beautiful landscape with the best available light.
Somerset offers me a great range of beautiful landscapes; Somerset Levels with numerous channels, The woodlands of Quantocks and Mendips that rises over the levels, and the beautiful coastline extending from sandy beaches to rugged rocky shores.
Being based in Somerset also keeps me close to other beautiful parts of the country that I try to visit often; Rugged coastlines of Devon and Cornwall, South Wales, and mountains of Brecons and Snowdonia. I also like to travel longer distances to Scotland for the true wilderness offered by British Isles. You will find numerous pictures from these parts of the country on my website.
I try to visit my home country every year to capture some of its beauty, and everytime I am there, I discover something new.
I also love to discover new places and try to travel to different countries every year. The list of countries in my portfolio is slowly growing every year.
I have recently picked up deep sky astrophotography and started to focus my efforts in this area. Expect to see colorful images from the depths of the night sky in my astrophotography gallery. But this doesn't mean I'll stop doing landscape photography. I'll always have a soft spot for the beautiful landspaces.
If you would like to provide any feedback regarding my site or ask me a question about a location, a particular technique, gear, or anything else at all please do not hesitate to get in touch via my Contact Page - I would be delighted to hear from you.
I have put this website together to showcase some of my favourite images taken since I started photography. I hope you enjoy browsing the images on this site and visit again to view new work in the future.