North Yorkshire

I always shoot in colour although there are times when a monochrome image lends itself more appropriately.

East Sussex

Bullock Down Farm is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 and is situated at Beachy Head.

I caught this shot late in the evening after a day of rain.


I love the coast, and in particular that of North Yorkshire and Northumberland. Here is Dunstanburgh Castle which is built on a rocky out-crop.

Kyle of Lochalsh, Highlands

Eilean Donan Castle is seen overlooking the Lochalsh and is reputed to be the most photographed castle in Britain.

It may not be the biggest of castles but it is picturesque.

The Long Man of Wilmington

This shot shows the chalk image within the south Downs of the Long Man of Wilmington.

Nobody really knows what he is doing here or how he originated, but on a nice day you can walk over the top of him and the views over the Sussex Weald are breathtaking.

Beachy Head Lighthouse

Beachy Head has two lighthouses. This is the one which is still working today.

This part of the coast is another of my favourite areas. I find the green downs rolling to the white cliffs quintessentially English.

Caldecott Park, Rugby

And to my home town, Rugby and a shot taken in Caldecott Park on a snowy day just after Christmas.


Waiting for the cliff lift at Saltburn with its pier leading out to sea behind it.


Another shot of North Yorkshire and this time at the charming seaside village of Staithes.

You can tell I like Lobster pots as this image is not too dissimilar to that of Eilean Donan Castle above.

Wheat Growing in North Yorkshire

Whilst walking along the cliff tops in North Yorkshire I loved seeing the ripened wheat blowing in the sea breeze and took this, later to be post processed into monochrome.


The beautiful small Hebridean island of Iona

Normans Bay

Normans Bay is just east of Eastbourne and is where William The Conqueror landed his army in 1086 for the Battle of Hastings.

The Black Cuillin

This has to be my favourite place, the mountains which make up the Black Cuillin, Isle of Skye.