Monthly Archive: November, 2012

The Coniston Fells

In an otherwise cloudy sky, a large patch of sunlight illuminates the Coniston Fells. I cropped the original image as it had too much of a rather uninteresting grass slope in the foreground.

Broadway Tower and the Moon

I turned up really early on a cold and frosty November morning to see if I could get some pictures of the sunrise. They did not turn out too good, but I turned… Continue reading

Clouds over the Cotswolds

There were some big rainclouds over the Cotswold Hills when I took this picture. There is no post processing on this – I used a graduated neutral density filter to bring the clouds… Continue reading

Taking the Dogs for a Walk

This lot appeared while I was wandering around the Cotswold Hills one day. They were very well behaved.

Clough Head and The Dodds

Taken from the shoulder of Lonscale Fell, the late afternoon sun shines on the cliffs of Clough Head. Clough Head is the northerly outpost of the range of fells known locally as ‘The… Continue reading

Vale of Evesham Panorama

It was a dull and rainy day out walking today – this panorama of the Vale of Evesham shows when the conditions were at their best. The rain came in force about an… Continue reading

Upper Eskdale

Upper Eskdale on a less than perfect day. Taken from the shoulder of Harter Fell. You can see the road up to Hardknott Pass on the right.

Lytham Windmill at Night

Difficult to photograph at night, the Lytham Windmill is lit from below by four bright lights 18 seconds at F22

Lytham View at Night

A view from the Lytham Promenade, looking towards Southport. Two minutes exposure at F22

Setting Sun

The last rays of a late evening sun light up the Langdale Pikes. An evening climb up Nab Scar was made worthwhile by this photo of the late evening sun.