Monthly Archive: December, 2012

Designer Sheep?

I was out walking in the Cotswold Hills yesterday. You expect sheep – the Cotswolds have been a wool producing area for hundreds of years – but I stopped in my tracks when… Continue reading

The Lone Photographer

Early on a Sunday morning, a lone photographer indulges in his hobby at Broadway Tower. Technically, he wasn’t a lone photographer – I was there – I happened to be driving past and… Continue reading

Sunrise at Broadway Tower

Broadway Tower , taken exactly at sunrise, and the sky is a fantastic shade of blue. Well worth the early start. I was trying to get some HDR images that day, but the… Continue reading

Ullswater Ferry

Rain on the way With the threat of rain, a shaft of sunlight highlights the Ullswater ferry as it heads towards the dock at Glenridding. This photo was taken from the vantage point… Continue reading

Castlerigg Stone Circle and Grisedale Pike

Castlerigg Stone Circle is ideally suited to mono images. Grisedale Pike sits in the distance, with the path to the summit clearly seen. I confess to cropping the original image to get this… Continue reading

After The Storm

This is Derwentwater, taken the day after a storm had passed over, but you can still see evidence of the tail end of the storm. The waves on the lake tell you how windy… Continue reading

Happy Christmas

A wintery scene for Christmas. This is the shore of a frozen Alcock Tarn, near Grasmere. In the distance lie the snow covered Langdale Pikes. A happy Christmas to all.

Chipping Camden Market Hall

Built in 1627, Chipping Camden Market Hall is still in use almost 400 years later. On this day there were a few stalls selling animal skin rugs. Like most old buildings, it lends… Continue reading

Broadway Tower at Night

Well, strictly speaking – about an hour before sunrise. I woke early because I wanted to get a shot of the tower with the lights of the towns in the Vale of Evesham… Continue reading

Broadway Tower Silhouette

This was part of a failed HDR set because I managed to move the tripod part way through. It’s a different angle to the usual shots of the tower though, so I will… Continue reading