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  1. Walking in Edale

    11 Feb 2017

    Scrapping the advice on composition that landscape photography works well with leading lines in the form of  paths and roads, I went out today with the intention to shoot the textures and sculptural shapes which the snow accentuates on the facades of the hills……for most of the time.


  2. Dog Sitting

    02 Oct 2015

    I don’t have a dog but really should as it would force me out on beautiful days like today.  What a morning to capture the changing seasons.


  3. Walking up Jacobs Ladder

    30 Sep 2015

    There seems to a recurring thread to the days I like to photograph my local landscape.  Well it’s foggy again, the light is shifting swiftly over the hills and they’re looking truly emarkable.  


  4. Malham Cove

    14 Jul 2015

    Away for the weekend.  Keen to explore more of the Pennine Way and the stunning landscapes of Yorkshire.  Hills, walking and walls, my kind of break!


  5. The Roaches

    31 May 2015

    Driving back from a weekend with my family, I was arrested by The Roaches above Leek in the Peak District looking the best I’ve ever seen.  It was late, as the boys roused from their slumber, I had to apologise and insisted that these were photographs not to be missed…


  6. Upper Booth Landscapes

    24 Mar 2015

    Moody skys, intermittent sunlight casting shapes and shadows over the hills where belted galloways’ graze.  Perfect conditions for a walk behind our house.


  7. Snow in Upper Booth

    02 Feb 2015

    What a spectacular morning!  Mist rolling, tumbling even, down the hill sides.  I’ve never seen anything like it.  Driving around the Booths of Edale and up over Mam Tor to Castleton.


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