Photography – Landscape
1. Stonehenge: Arguably Britain’s most famous monument. Shot against a dramatic late afternoon sky, I aimed to create a sense of mysticism that many of the pictures of Stonehenge fail to convey. After all it is now thought to be a place of death, not life.
2. Ingleborough: A ruined croft in the Yorkshire Dales with the imposing Ingleborough peak forming the backdrop.
3. Jodrell Bank: Shot approaching sunset on a cold winters day.
4. Dunstable Castle: Amidst the onset of an coming North Sea storm.
5. Chimney: This shot appeared in the Guardian newspaper supplement under the title ‘Dereliction’.
6. Dice: Tank traps, remnants of twentieth century war set against eleventh century fortifications.
7. Little Morton Hall:
8. Derwent Water: Adhering to all the rules of ‘Thirds’.
9. Skull: Precariously balanced these remnants of ram how a wild and savage place the North Yorkshire moors can be.
10. Locomotive: Arriving at train station on a freezing cold day the engines steam makes the picture come to life.
11. Red Wharf Bay: Captured as the morning sea mist rolls in from the Irish Sea.