Tag Archives: Wales


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


Second Severn Crossing

The Second Severn Crossing also known as the ‘new’ bridge was completed in 1996 and carries the M4 motorway between England and Wales over the river Severn.  Being close to home its something I’ve photographed […]


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 […]


Marloes Evening

The first weekend in May is a three-day public holiday.  Mainland England and Wales were basking in strong sunshine under blue, cloudless skies – Not the sort of light that normally inspires me.  However, the […]



Puffins are such cute things!  I’m writing this from a hotel bar in Lerwick, Shetland whilst waiting on some light for costal landscapes.  Now, I associate Shetland with ponies and hand-knitted woollen jumpers.  Not with […]