I was pleased to find out at the weekend that I’ve had two images commended in the 2017 Take a view, Landscape Photographer of the Year competition
Keen to see who else is exhibiting at Melbourne Arts Festival, I’ve just had a scan through the full list of artists – see below.
BBC Radio 4’s Tweet of the Day series has been running for a number of years. They play the call or song of a different bird each day just before the Today programme starts at 6am … so on occasion the nonsensical honks of a goose are followed up by […]
September 16th & 17th – Melbourne, Derbyshire This will be my second year exhibiting at The Melbourne Festival of Creative and Performing Arts.
As I’ve now photographed four cathedrals – well, three and a minster – I thought it would be good to show some of the best shots on one page.
Gigrin Farm is the place to go if you want to see and photograph red kites. Located in Rhayader, mid Wales, it’s been an official feeding station since the early 1990s.
I recently stopped off at York Minster, on my way to the Farne Islands, for a spot of photography.
Quite by chance I happened to be in the lake district at just the right time to see the amazing Rannerdale bluebells (or Rannadale, as the sign says). Bluebells are normally found in woodland and the fact there are bluebells means there must have been trees at some point.
Leicestershire’s Bradgate Park, a former medieval deer park, is stunning anytime of the year. I mostly visit in autumn to capture the annual deer rut (see here), but thought it would also be an ideal place to fly my new DJI Mavic Pro drone.
I was lucky, on my recent visit, to be on the only boat that managed to land on Inner Farne in about 4 days.