On the eastern side of St Ives bay, sitting 300 meters high is the Godrevy Lighthouse which was built in 1859 to protect shipping along the stones reef.
One of the most scenic lakes we visited, Lake Hechtsee in Tyrol, Austria, with a 45 minute walk around the lake.
On the lower tier of the Krimml Waterfalls, Austria’s highest waterfall with an approx. flow of 5 million gallons per hour.
Just outside of Jochberg in Austria is a short but steep walk which leads you to the Sintersbacher Waterfalls.
The Wheal Betsy on Dartmoor which is situated just off the A386 between Okehampton and Tavistock in Devon. This is the the last standing engine house on Dartmoor and is a fabulous place to visit not only for its views, […]
A timelapse film from around Burrator Reservoir, Dartmoor in Devon. Dedicated to all walkers, runners and cyclist who enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Burrator Reservoir, come rain or shine.
A short film submitted to Philip Bloom’s challenge on Vimeo for a single object. Decided to make a short of my own clock and although not the best clock in the world, it was ideal for making something out of […]
A place I’ve always wanted to visit, and having heard so much about and viewed so many amazing photos, the Lake District was to be our destination for this year’s holiday. We did our research and with Buttermere coming up […]
Some of my timelapse photography which was shot around Dartmoor has been recently used in an episode of Wilderness Walks with Ray Mears broadcasted on ITV, Tuesday @ 19:30pm. You can watch this program through the ITV Player here:
One of my more recent projects was to shoot some product photography. Magma Moulding Ltd specialises in technical and engineering mouldings and due to a new website development, there was a requirement to show off a range of the products […]
Dartmoor is one of my favourite places for photography and with many landmarks having legends and ghost stories associated with them, is another reason why I love it so much. Okehampton Castle is one of these places on the moor […]
Appuldurcombe House on the Isle of Wight had taken us by complete surprise. Having read nothing about this location prior to visiting, despite having a guide book from the English Heritage, we were completely shocked to see that the house […]
It’s amazing just how much life in the garden there is throughout the summer season and if you look close enough there are plenty of insects to capture as well. A great opportunity to practice your macro photography skills.
My wife was given some flowers last night from her brownie club as it was her last day, so I had an opportunity to do some macro photography using my new Tamron 70-300mm macro lens.