Tag Archive: landscape

Abstract Long Exposure

I thought a little abstract long exposure would be a good idea – considering I had lost the light by the time I arrived at my location. This is an old wind tower… Continue reading

Lunchtime View

A tough days walking in the Black Mountains yesterday – the tops are bleak and unforgiving, even more so when the visibility is poor. The clouds briefly broke when I stopped for lunch… Continue reading

Clee Hill

One of the derelict mine buildings near the top of Clee Hill, on a cold and misty February morning. Viewpoint is looking west towards the welsh hills. Looking like a jetty pointing out… Continue reading

Walking Companion

One of my walking companions from the weekend. Getting a good image of an active dog was quite challenging. It pays to be persistent. For a higher quality version, please visit my Flickr… Continue reading

Crannog in Winter

Almost the image I was after. I would either get the lovely light on the Brecon Beacons, or the cloud would roll in as I got the light on the crannog in the… Continue reading

Balloon Over Coughton Court

A low flying ballon over Coughton Court, Warwickshire. Coughton Court has links with the Gunpowder Plot, in that the owners allowed arms and equipment to be stored there, and some of the plotters… Continue reading

Hanbury Sunrise

There was the promise of some decent light and a colourful sunrise this morning, so I headed out to the hill topped by Hanbury Church, and I was rewarded. Top stuff. Photography stuff:… Continue reading

Falls of Snow

Every landscape photographer will have a story about their equipment and a river – I don’t know one who has not. I rather stupidly managed to drop my filter bag, containing all my… Continue reading

Fireworks

I took a few images at the local fireworks display last night. Turns out the technique is quite easy – the hard part is anticipating where the rockets would explode. As the display… Continue reading

Cwm Cau Sunrise

I expected it to be colder in the Welsh mountains at this time of year – however I neglected to factor in the fact that the Minfordd Path is steep, and a boatload… Continue reading