Tag Archive: West Sussex

Bluebells in a Wood

I realise we’re way past spring, but I could not resist putting up this image. It’s all about the back lighting, giving definition to the trees and lighting up the bluebells. For a… Continue reading


Last weekend was a Bank Holiday weekend in the UK. What that means is you get the Monday off as the banks are closed – an extra day off work! And it rains… Continue reading

Simple Seascape

On a Saturday in August, the beach at West Wittering can get very busy. There’s a lot going on, both with the number of beach goers, and the various structures along the beach.… Continue reading

Lord’s Piece

Lord’s Piece is popular with walkers, both human and canine, but early in the morning or late in the evening you can have the place to yourself. I’ve been fortunate enough to capture… Continue reading

Autumn Colours

A bit early, I know – but I really like the colours in this image, taken last year in West Sussex. The image was taken on a morning walk in Lords Piece, with… Continue reading

Heathland Morning

Dawn in the Sussex Heathland and the low sun gives some warm colour to the plants and trees. I had Holly and Murphy with me – as photographic assistants go, they left a… Continue reading

Flower Detail

Not my usual kind of landscape photograph, but I put this in because I just love the performance of my ‘nifty fifty’. My 50mm f/1.8D is my cheapest lens, but it outperforms all… Continue reading

The Old Man of the Woods

Deep in a West Sussex wood, and you can sometimes see why the imagination can conjure human features onto moss laden trees. There seems to be a somewhat quizzical look to this one,… Continue reading

Heathland Sunset

Just catching the last rays of the sun as it sets in the west. I know the sun is a bit blown out in this image, but I do like the contrasting greens… Continue reading

Morning Light

I think I’m addicted to the morning light – when it’s right it is just so fine. It really brings out the colour of the blooming heather on the Sussex heathland in this… Continue reading