In this gallery I add images that I have made on my travels within the United Kingdom and overseas, I tend to travel frequently and I always have my camera equipment wherever I go. So this gallery is for those images other than where I tend to lay my hat, I hope you enjoy them .
London at night. This was a shot I made of London at night where I was lucky enough to be in a position to overlook the city at night.
Walk In The Park
A walk in the park while I was staying in Devon. This Is Devonport park in all its Autumnal glory,
On the North Cornish coast in a little place called Crackington Hayven there is a small woodland of extreme beauty, Here I captures the sun backlighting the forest creating this ethereal glow during autumn.
An evening on the beech of the Jurassic coast to capture the warm light of sunset on Durdle Door.
Durdle Door Panoramic
Same as the previous image of Durdle Door but this is more of that view.
Durdle Door Steps
The steps leading down to Durdle Door beach made a lovely composition for sunrise.
Nature has over time eroded these bowls in the rock. It amazes me that given the time what nature can do and make its own art on the landscape.
Portland Bill Lighthouse
On a damp rainy day there is always a picture to be made. On this occasion I was at Portland Bill after an awful day of rain and mist. These lighthouses are here to warn ships of danger and these conditions are why these lighthouses are here. Visibility was poor to say the least but still these moody conditions are perfectly fitting for this landscape scene.
Pulpit Rock at the southern end of Portland Bill in Dorset is a man made feature where stone had been removed by quarry men leaving a stack of rock detached from the land. Access to the top is via a large slab of rock resembling a bible, hence the name Pulpit Rock.
Im always on the lookout for images and its always when something catches your eye that these images come to me. This tree captured my attention while I was in Dartmoor scouting for images. Leaning at a quite am oblique angle from an old stone wall this tree must have been there for many many years. With such a moody sky it very much appealed to me as an interesting image of this loan tree in such a rugged landscape.
Brentor, is perhaps the most striking English example of a church on a height, and what a beautiful way to capture this iconic structure on the North edge of Dartmoor against a moody sky.
This skeleton hull emerging out of the sea caught my attention during a gloomy day visiting Hooe Lake. The lake is part of the estuary in Plymouth where the river Plym runs along side. With many hulks of long forgotten ships still remaining in the lake there are some very interesting images to be made. A long exposure creates a mystical feel to this composition with a monochromatic conversion completing the final picture.
This skeleton hull laying abandoned in the sea caught my attention during a gloomy day visiting Hooe Lake. The lake is part of the estuary in Plymouth where the river Plym runs along side. With many hulks of long forgotten ships still remaining in the lake there are some very interesting images to be made. A long exposure creates a mystical feel to this composition with a monochromatic conversion completing the final picture.
A windy and wet day which made getting into the creative mind a real challenge. Keeping the front of the camera free from sea spray and rain was a major nightmare which made long exposures difficult. Hunting around the rocks and crevices at Godrevey I found this composition had potential. The orange rock and gully caught my eye immediately. With a 4 second exposure and composition set it was just a matter of waiting for the tide to fill the channel then start the exposure once the water started to recede.