As you can imagine Michelle has taken a lot of travel photographs from visiting six continents and travelling to over 100 countries. Some of her favourite topics are landscapes, people, food, birds and of course flowers. "I hope you enjoy the gallery and inspired to visit some of these incredible places on our beautiful planet, as much as I love sharing with you". If you are looking for a specific photograph for a gift or campaign please contact M D Harding Travel Photography.
©MDHarding Albatross, Galapapagos
An adult albatross on the Galapagos Islands.
©MDHarding HoodMockingBird Galapagos
The hood mocking bird on the Galapagos Islands.
©MDHarding CactusFinch Galapagos
This little cactus finch on the Galapagos Islands, was once observed by Charles Darwin as part of the evolution of the species.
©MDHarding Male Carpenter Bee
This male carpenter bee is the largest of the species in the Galapagos Islands. The female in considerably smaller and not as bright in colour.
©MDHarding Marine Iguana
This marine iguana is one of thousands that sunbathe on the shores of Santa Cruz Island in the Galapagos.
©MDHarding Darwin Finch
The Darwin Finch named after Charles Darwin the revolutionary explorer and biologist. Charles Darwin wrote the Evolution of the Species after studying these tiny birds on the Galapagos Islands.
©MDHarding Kashmir Sales Boat
One of the many sales boats that serve the floating house boats on Lake Dal in Kashmir, India.
©MDHarding Moroccan Colourful Spices
The colourful spices in Morocco can be seen in the many souk markets. This image was taken in Marrakesh in the large Soak market of Jemaa el-Fnaa square.
©MDHarding Children Festival, Peru
The annual children festival, Peru
©MDHarding Brazilian Plume, India
The colourful yellow Brazilian Plume taken the south of India
©MDHarding Friendly Seller, India
Door to door salesman, selling colourful woven textiles, India
©MDHarding Dahlia, India
Abundant deep pink dahlia bloom in India
©MDHarding Colca Canyon, Peru
Mother and baby at Colca Canyon, with a range of Peruvian textiles and local crafts.
©MDHarding Lake Titicaca, Peru
Lake Titicaca in Peru is famous for its reed houses and look out towers. On this day we took a boat ride around some of the lake while being entertained by the local children.
©MDHarding Cusco, Peru
In Cusco, Peru in the main square you can see and photograph people in traditional clothes with there animals.
©MDHarding Lake Titicaca, Peru
One of the reed villages on Lake Titicaca. The women dressed in traditional clothes awaiting our arrival to explain how the houses are built and sell handicrafts.
©MDHarding Feather, Isle of Bute
This lone feather was captured on the Isle of Bute in Scotland. Some say a feather is messge from an angel.
©MDHarding Boat Scape, Peru
colourful red boat in landscape photograph, taken in Peru
©MDHarding Hummingbird, Peru
The flora and fauna in Peru is incredible. We loved watching and photographing the tiny hummingbirds at the eco sanctuary by Machu Picchu.
©MDHarding Surrounding Machu Picchu
The mountainous landscape surrounding Machu Picchu, Peru.
©MDHarding Small Bird, Peru
This photograph was taken at the eco santuary lodge near Machu Picchu, Peru.
©MDHarding Arequipa Monastery, Peru
Loved how the bright blue wall contrasted with the red flowers of the potted geranium.
©MDHarding Machu Picchu, Peru
Huayna Picchu mountain behind the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru
©MDHarding Native Lady of Peru
We were on a walking tour of a traditional country village. The guide got speaking to the lady and I asked if okay to take a photograph.