Tag Archives: Landscape photography


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 […]


Feather Tor, Dartmoor National Park

The cloud was forecast to clear about an hour before sunset as a high pressure system rolled-in.  My hope was that it wouldn’t completely clear leaving some nice thin clouds and making for a colourful […]


Saddle Tor (Northern Quarries), Dartmoor National Park

By the last day of my recent trip to Dartmoor, the endless blue skies were starting to get tiresome.  O’ for a few wisps of cloud and some drama!  Spring was definitely announcing its imminent […]


Leedon Tor, Dartmoor

As readers will know from the preceding post I’ve been exploring the Dartmoor National Park again 😉   There is an area to the South and West of Princetown bounded by Leedon Tor, Ingra Tor […]


Hart Tor, Dartmoor National Park

At the end of February a large high pressure system parked itself over the UK for a few days giving some stable, sunny weather.  Hopefully it was the first of many yet to come but […]


Another grabbed opportunity!

Another break in the winter weather and another grabbed opportunity.  That seems to be how it is at the moment.  As I write this it’s almost Christmas, I’m sat in my comfy armchair near a […]


Dubs Hut & Hay Stacks, Buttermere

On my recent visit to the Lake District, one of the aims was to do a little mountain photography.  Unfortunately the cloudy weather put the stops on that, but the day I arrived the weather […]


Autumn colour in Borrowdale

It’s been a long, hot, dry and sunny summer in the UK; the best for many a year.  But long days filled with dust and haze make it my least favoured time of year for […]