Monthly Archive: October, 2013

Broadway Tower Long Exposure

It was a windy day on Broadway Hill, and the clouds were moving at a fair old rate – an ideal opportunity to practice long exposure images. A 15 second exposure, using a… Continue reading

Cotswold Sunrise

Wonderful skies and colours just after sunrise in the Cotswold Hills, near Broadway. This was taken the day before the UK was hit by a storm, and the weather was already getting ‘interesting’.… Continue reading

Public Footpath

The sign points the way along the footpath from Littleworth Wood to Snowshill. I caught it at a good time, with a low October sun to add some shape and form to the… Continue reading

Sunrise at Broadway Tower

Sometimes it pays to be patient. Only a couple of minutes before taking this image, I was sheltering from the rain in the lee of the tower. It was one of those days… Continue reading

Dramatic Skies over Broadway Tower

I was out before dawn this morning and decided Broadway Tower was worth a visit. A storm was forecast for later today, and I hoped for some decent clouds. It was incredibly difficult… Continue reading


For landscape photographers in the UK, it’s worth looking at the work of the classic landscape painters like Turner and Constable to see how they interpreted the landscape. This is Cockermouth Castle by… Continue reading

Lords Piece

This part of the South Downs is called Lords Piece, an area of heathland and conifers, popular with dog walkers, especially at the weekend. It’s a great place to walk and relax.

Petworth House – Chapel

This view is taken from inside the chapel of Petworth House, looking out. The statue in the doorway is, I’m told, a copy of one in the Cistine Chapel. The only source of… Continue reading

Brass Ladles

Last of the kitchen photographs, I think, and the light catching on these brass ladles caught my eye. Not polished enough to catch a reflection of the photographer – fortunately for the viewer!

Copper Coffe Pots

Copper Coffee Pots in a window at Petworth House. The rich, deep colour was what led me to photograph these. The one at the far end looks oldest of all. I liked these… Continue reading