Photography on a sunny day

The sun is out!! After weeks of snow, rain and generally poor weather, we finally see some sunshine! I'm normally a fan of stormy and wild weather, as it's great for landscape photography, and, according to my soon-to-be-wife, it's the kind of weather that best suits my personality... However, it's nice to see some sunshine … Continue reading Photography on a sunny day

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Following the river

Following the River This image was shot just a few metres away from another long-exposure image of mine; Stepping Stones. Both images were shot at Humford Woods in Bedlington, Northumberland, and it's fast becoming my favourite woodland settings. Click on the link here for details of how to get to the woods http://www.gps-routes.co.uk/routes/home.nsf/RoutesLinksWalks/humford-woods-walking-route Don't forget … Continue reading Following the river

Lost in Northumberland – On the road to Ingram Valley

As a Photographer, if you get lost in Northumberland, don't worry. There's always something to photograph. On the road to Ingram Valley I took this shot at the side of the road on my way to Embleton in Northumberland, and it shows the hills and peaks beyond Edlingham Castle. You may be wondering why I … Continue reading Lost in Northumberland – On the road to Ingram Valley

New Content – The House on the rocks

The House on the rocks I originally shot this image about 6 years ago, but at the time I wasn't really happy with how it turned out; there was nothing happening in the sky, leaving it feeling slightly dull and boring. I did, however, like the composition, and decided to reshoot it on a stormy … Continue reading New Content – The House on the rocks

Breaking down barriers

Continuing on with revealing some of my "Lost Collection" (see The Shadow Man for further explanation) here's a shot from the Northumberland coast - Breaking down barriers I remember having to have a couple of cracks at this shot - as it's a long exposure shot, I had to wait until the wind died down to stop … Continue reading Breaking down barriers

Golden Sands of Northumberland

Today I have a new addition to my Seascapes gallery - Golden Sands This image is a shot of Blyth beach in Northumberland, with a famous little Lighthouse sitting on the horizon... Anyone know what it's called..? (That's a bit of an "in" joke; read my blog Going back to my roots…… for a touch of insight) … Continue reading Golden Sands of Northumberland

Northumberlandia in the snow

Greetings from inside the belly of the beast! As the Beast from the East is currently tearing through the country, and everyone is no doubt huddling around the fireplace drinking Horlicks, I thought I'd post a couple of new photos. I got caught up in the storm yesterday and only managed to get a couple … Continue reading Northumberlandia in the snow

A sunset in Seaton Sluice Northumberland

The Watch House  Museum Seaton Sluice The Watch House Museum (for link to website click here) is situated in Seaton Sluice, Northumberland, over-looking the North Sea. I happened to capture this image while trying to get a decent panoramic of the 5 wind turbines out to sea, (which I completely failed to do...) however, I'm … Continue reading A sunset in Seaton Sluice Northumberland

A few from the Coast

Merry (almost) Christmas! I hope you're all feeling the festive mood and getting ready to clock off on Friday for a couple of weeks of Turkey and booze. I know I am! It's been a while, for which I apologise. My workload has been huge as it's the run-up to Christmas, so I have had … Continue reading A few from the Coast