During my recent transatlantic voyage, we stopped in Madeira. This island, some 360 miles West of Morocco, is part of Portugal and is noted for its wines. It is a volcanic island with steep hills and a rugged coast. The islanders have created vast terraced fields where they grow a multitude of crops and flowers. It is a stunningly beautiful island. Having been there before, I knew that I wanted to spend my time there photographing its landscapes. I was unable to find a dedicated photography guide, but was able to locate a highly-rated tourist firm, Hit The Road Tours, and it's owner, Jeff, was willing to work with me to spend a day photographing the island. While he didn't have a photographic background, he's a quick study and he knows all the best spots to see on the island. Together, we had a great time and the resulting photographs came out well. I look forward to working with Jeff and his firm again. I welcome you to view my photos in the Madeira collection.