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Summer seems so long ago right now as Christmas is but a few weeks away. On these grey, Winter days it’s really nice to be producing cards with nice warm summer-time images 🙂 If you […]


The Prince of Wales Bridge

And here we are again! There is something special about this bridge, something that keeps drawing me back. I’m not quite sure why but the big skies, changing weather, strong architectural shapes and fast moving […]


Bristol – Home of Artists. Part 3

The Mild Mild West is, of course, the Banksy on the side wall of the Canteen. Walk along the road from the city and it’s easy to miss. Walk towards the city and it’s impossible […]


Bristol – Home of Artists. Part 2

The Full Moon pub and hostel sits at the Southern border of Stokes Croft and Bristol city.  Originally built in 1716 as an Inn, today it is still providing accommodation to travellers. It is one […]


Bristol – Home of Artists. Part 1

In 1996, work brought me to Bristol or Brizzle as it sounds in the local dialect known as Bristolian. Listen here. Over the years I’ve really grown to like the place.  It is not too […]


Stormy Skies

For some the onset of Winter will be a perfect excuse to hunker down beside a nice warm fire but to the landscape photographer, well, let’s just say we are made of different stuff. Those […]


Website Updates

It has been a long time coming, but over the last few months Andy Gawthrope Photography has seen some significant changes.  The website is now more focused on the landscape genre and generally looks better […]


Snowdonia yet again…

Finding a suitable place to camp on the top of Glyder Fach was tricky as it’s just one mass of shattered, weathered rocks each way too big to move.  But after some searching I found […]


Snowdonia again…

Soon after returning from my previous trip  – see here – to Snowdonia I knew I’d be returning again.  Last time we were just coming to the end of winter but with Spring, perhaps even […]


Four Days in Snowdonia

For some time now I’ve been meaning to visit Snowdonia in North Wales.  Although it’s somewhere I’ve been climbing and walking over the years I’ve not been primarily for photography before.  All the images below […]