Monthly Archive: July, 2015

Clevedon Pier Again

Another view of Clevedon Pier, this time from further away. I set this image up by putting out my tripod, composing the image and setting my filters up, then I sat on the… Continue reading

Cheddar Light Trail

Following on from my earlier image of Cheddar Gorge, I realised that, once the sun had set and the gorge itself fell deeper into shadow, I had a really good chance of capturing… Continue reading

Bordesley Long Exposure

Early morning, and the promise of some decent light meant I was out before dawn. The fast moving clouds gave me the opportunity to practice some long exposure images. This wasn’t exactly the… Continue reading

Packwood House

Less than 10 minutes drive from Baddesley Clinton, is Packwood House, another manor house set in the countryside of north Warwickshire. So you can easily visit both in a day, which is what… Continue reading


The gardens at Baddesley Clinton are small and very well tended, and present a number of opportunities for the photographer. It took a few attempts, but this hoverfly eventually ended up where I… Continue reading

Baddesley Clinton

Baddesley Clinton is a pocket sized medieval manor house, situated within it’s own moat, in the countryside of north Warwickshire. It is a very photogenic building, and, if you visit at the right… Continue reading

Oldberrow Evening

I had spotted these rolls of hay as I was driving to work last week. Not many farmers leave their hay like this these days, as most tend to go for the black… Continue reading

Llanthony Night

Night photography and a few lessons learned. The Black Mountains has Dark Sky status, but you have to be careful when you plan your shoot. A dark sky is all very well, but… Continue reading

Lavender Panorama

While I was at Snowshill, I saw a barn i liked and thought a panorama was the way to go. Composition was a little tricky as, just out of frame, there were some… Continue reading


Up at 0400 hours to give me enough time to get to the famous Lavender farm at Snowshill to catch the early morning light. The lavender wasn’t fully in bloom, but there was… Continue reading