Yorkshire 2020 Calendar

War on Plastic

I don’t know if you saw the recent War on Plastic with Hugh and Anita series on BBC1 but it’s well worth a catch-up if you missed it.  I’ve been trying to avoid the non-recyclable plastic packaging in my shopping for quite a while, but I’ve been checking that the plastic packaging I did buy […]

Last Week’s Shoot – Nidd Gorge Woods

I had a walk into Nidd Gorge Woods near Knaresborough last week to catch a few of the bluebells while they were still in flower – I’m very lucky to have this lovely Woodland Trust woodland within walking distance of my house! On the way I wandered through Mackintosh Park to see how the wild […]

Last Week’s Shoot – The Stray, Harrogate

This shoot was actually the week before last and you may have seen a few images from it on my Instagram feed if you’re on there, but there was such a nice crop of cherry blossom on The Stray this year that I thought I’d share a few more images on the blog! I’d gone […]

Yorkshire 2020 Calendar

2020 Calendars & Charity Donations

I’ve now taken my 2019 calendar range off sale and am pleased to announce that the 2020 calendars are now in stock and available from my website and on Amazon!  The price remains at £10 (which includes a £2 charity donation) plus P+P. There are six designs in the 2020 range – my local Knaresborough, […]

V&A Dundee at Dusk

I visited Dundee at dusk on my last trip to St Andrews two years ago and saw the construction work underway for the new V&A Dundee design museum on the waterfront as I crossed the Tay Bridge so on my recent return trip I was keen to get back and photograph the new building, which […]

Royal Armouries Museum Leeds

Last Week’s Shoot – Leeds Dock

I had another trip into Leeds last week on a sunny afternoon, hoping for a nice dusk shoot at Leeds Dock and Royal Armouries. On the way from the railway station I couldn’t resist one or two shots on some of the city centre architecture, particularly the splendid Leeds City Markets building.  This late Victorian/early […]

Upper Aysgarth Falls

Originally posted on Natural Light Photography Workshops Blog:
Although it’s our off-season at the moment that doesn’t mean we can’t make the odd trip to one of our favourite workshop locations and as I was making a trip up Wensleydale this month I couldn’t resist a look at Aysgarth Falls. Light on rocks at Upper…