Sgwd Yr Eira

Sgwd Yr Eira translates as ‘falls of snow’. The waterfall sits in it’s own amphitheatre, and is a great subject for a long exposure image. Crossing from one side to the other is… Continue reading

Ferry Across the Mersey…

…but it never looked like this in the days of Gerry and the Pacemakers! The paint job was the brainchild of Sir Peter Blake, who designed the cover of the Beatles album Sergeant… Continue reading

Wedding Bentley

I always get asked to bring my camera for weddings and other get togethers. You other photographers probably have the same experience. I’m quite happy to do so – it’s another challenge and… Continue reading

Light and Rain

Light and rain over the Worcestershire countryside, taken from the churchyard on Hanbury hill. I managed to avoid the rain, but places nearby got a right soaking, from what I saw. For a… Continue reading

Rain Clouds On Hanbury Hill

The great thing about being on top of a hill is that you can see the rain coming from a long distance. It gives you a chance to prepare, as well as a… Continue reading

Hanbury Autumn Morning

A fine autumn morning in Hanbury, image taken on the path heading up towards Hanbury Church. I took the decision to go HDR on this one, as the sun was very strong off… Continue reading

Crannog II

Another view of the Crannog on Llangorse Lake, with the rising sun lighting up the hills behind. I liked the reflections in the water in this image. For a higher quality version, please… Continue reading

Snowshill Lavender

  Taken at the Lavender farm near Snowshill, in July of last year. The one thing a photograph cannot give you is a sense of the wonderful smell all around you. For a higher… Continue reading


Murphy, in one of his quieter moments. To be fair – he was sleeping off a long walk 🙂 Black Labradors are, I’ve decided, quite difficult to photograph. It can be very easy… Continue reading

Holly amongst the bluebells

Holly amongst the bluebells, curious about the camera near eye level. I was trying to get a dogs eye view of the world, so I set up my camera on a little table… Continue reading