Monthly Archive: February, 2016

Uphill View

The small, and partially roofless, church of St Nicholas at Uphill has a prominent position on a limestone hill, overlooking the Severn estuary. The marina sits just below the church, and Brean Down… Continue reading

Purton Sunset

After a few black and white images, I thought I’d add a little colour today, with a nice sunset image of one of the Purton hulks, with the sun and the river Severn… Continue reading

Hanbury Hall Frontage

This is the view of Hanbury Hall as you head up the drive from the visitor car park. I waited patiently to get this image, while the visitors wandered up the drive to… Continue reading

Hanbury Hall Mono

When it’s grey and dull, it challenges your photographic skills, meaning you need a good composition to have a decent image. There’s always something interesting at Hanbury Hall, and it’s only a few… Continue reading

Red Boat

I took this image at Lytham St Annes in December of 2012, using my trusty old D40. I rediscovered the image as I was finishing migrating my Aperture library into Lightroom. This little… Continue reading

Cliffs from the Beach

  When the tide is out at Llantwit beach, you can walk out quite a way. I took the opportunity to take a photo looking back at the cliffs. Feet got a bit… Continue reading

Broadway Tower Mono

This was probably the best shot from my brief sunrise visit to Broadway Tower last week. In the poor, low light, with little detail in the sky, a monochrome image seemed appropriate. the… Continue reading

Bidford Panorama

We’ve had a few days without rain, so I suspect the water level will have receded since I took this image. The 600 year old Bidford bridge has been repaired, after its all… Continue reading

River Avon in Flood

I had set up at Broadway Tower before dawn, but the light wasn’t there. I tried a few images but nothing was working in the poor light. The wind and the cold didn’t… Continue reading

Derwentwater Evening

This is the landing stage at Keswick, taken as a big storm had almost blown itself out. The day before had been very windy and wet. The day after I took this photo… Continue reading