• A weekend outing to Wales – Part 2

    Penmon Point lighthouse, Wales

    See Part -1 After about 3 hours of sleep (I think Gary had less, as apparently I snore), we got up ready to go and shoot sunrise at 04:20 in the morning.  Just as the sun started to rise, the clouds started to part on the horizon and drop rays of light all over the […]


  • A weekend outing to Wales – Part 1

    Ogwen, Tan y Celyn, Snowden National Park, Wales

    Although I haven’t posted any new landscapes in a while (over a year), it doesn’t mean that I haven’t been taken them. The truth is that I got in such demand with my commercial photography, I didn’t make time to edit the personal photos that I was taking, and as I hadn’t planned any gallery […]


  • Beyond the Lens (Literally – Filters)

    So what do I mean by ‘Beyond the Lens’? Well, it’s what you literally put in front of the lens, i.e. filters. But why? Well, why wouldn’t you want to take the best picture you can in the camera and see the results instantly? Okay, so there is a little bit more to it than […]


  • The close-up detail

    Detail in landscapes is important; from the foreground right through to furthest point. It’s quite difficult to show these details in pictures which are made for the internet as we (photographers) downsize the image so it can’t be used for printing. (yeah I know, spoil sports, but we like to make a living from our […]


  • An evening with the Moon

    Well today was a day for taking photographs and it didn’t stop well into the evening. As I headed back to the car in the back of beyond after the sun had set, all I could see in the perfect clear sky was the moon. Although the picture of the camera below looks like it was […]


  • Landscape – June – Black Stone

    What else should you do when the sun is shining …. yes, go and enjoy it.  We’re so lucky to have things of interest going through our country side here and one of them is the Severn Valley Railway. So next time your around the Wyre Forest area, take time to go for a stroll […]


  • Guest Blog – Photographing the Peaks

    “Congratulation, the 3 month job is yours. When can you start?” “Er…” Actually there was no er. A job located on the edge of the Derbyshire Dales with its gritstone edges, limestone gorges, rolling hills and heather moorlands. A place I had wanted to spend time in rather than tourist for the odd weekend. Who […]


  • Landscape – February – Bodenham Arboretum

    One of the local attractions in the Wyre Forest is Bodenham Arboretum, situated in 156 acres of explorable land. I have been fortunate enough to be granted access to explore this land for a project and this will be my early morning base for the next few months as I discover all areas that these carefully managed lands […]


  • Landscape – January – Hurcott Fields

    Thre fields in the Wyre Forest certainly do give you plenty to explore. One of the advantages of exploring at this time of year is the fact that the sunrise is later in the day, so you’re not up at silly-o’clock; however it does mean that you don’t get to spend the tranquil mornings on […]


  • Landscape – December – Arley

    I have been waiting all holiday for the temperature to drop; well actually I had been hoping for early morning snow that would be fresh and without a million footsteps in it. However, the flurry we had sadly did not last very long at all. For this image, I decided to go down to the River […]


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Photography is more than just a job, it's a passion! ● Advertising, Product and Commercial Photographer based in the Midlands.
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