Our campsite for the night was just to the left of this shot – a truly amazing spot to spend the night. From parking up in the evening until leaving early next morning for the ferry to Lewis we didn’t see a single person. There’s nothing quite like watching the sun set over the Atlantic Ocean Read more about Rubha na Traghad Beach & Port Nan Long Bay[…]
Taken during a cloudy and damp wait for the ferry from Barra to Eriskay last year. It’s such a barren landscape on the Outer Hebrides, with almost no trees there’s little to break the winds which blow in from the Atlantic relentlessly. Today’s photo is available to purchase here.
The magnificent Bamburgh Castle sits above the dunes of a stunning Northumberland beach. Today’s photo is available to purchase here.
Another from last year’s trip to the Outer Hebrides. Taken during a walk on Eriskay while waiting for the ferry to Barra, the beaches on the Outer Hebrides can rival any in the world for beauty and purity, just perhaps not warmth! Today’s photo is available to purchase here.
Taken from the brilliant Sykes Farm camp site in Buttermere, looking up towards Whiteless Pike. I stopped in for a night in the Lake District to break up a long journey from the Outer Hebrides and was lucky enough to have the tent pitched in time to relax and enjoy the stunning evening light. Today’s Read more about Evening Light near Buttermere[…]
Taken a couple of years ago while out on a great circular walk. Starting in High Bradfield on the outskirts of Sheffield the walk takes in the incredible Bailey Hill, the remains of a Norman Motte-and-Bailey castle, before climbing up to and along the quiet and majestic Agden Rocher. Finally descending into the valley and Read more about Agden Rocher in the Mist[…]
It’s another frosty morning in Sheffield today, which inspired me to dig out this snowy scene taken on holiday a few years ago. Today’s photo is available to purchase here.
Taken from the Mont-De-Lans glacier above Les Deux Alpes. Snapped on my first trip to the French Alps, the way the sunlight plays across the ridge caught my eye and I had to take a break from snowboarding to get the camera out! Today’s photo is available to purchase here.
Taken during a walk through the mountains along the south-western side of Buttermere in the Lake District a few years ago. This valley is one of my favourite places in the UK, always providing stunning views and packed with fond memories of family holidays here. Today’s photo is available to purchase here.
The Druid’s Idol, estimated to weigh over 200 tons, balances precariously on a tiny support – it’s been this way for many years – hard to believe it won’t fall over with the lightest breeze, but still it stands! Brimham Rocks – such a magical and otherworldly place. Pillars of the most deformed gritstone imaginable Read more about The Druid’s Idol[…]