Today's landscape photograph of the week is a throwback to 2012. A summer’s day spent walking the impressive Ingleton Waterfalls Trail which starts on the southwest border of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.Read More
In this today's landscape photograph of the week I concentrated on the old waste pipe structure (now mostly derelict) as a reminder of what was here rather than the sculptures themselves.Read More
I have to say I love the Lake District. Always have, from going as a kid for days out and the long walks with my wife before children came along. I think in terms of sheer drama it wins everytime for me, especially when it comes to landscape photography.Read More
On occasion I get to venture away from my often wild Peak District landscapes or gritty urban manchester landscape photography and get to breathe in some sea air buy doing some coastal photography, or as some call them, seascapes.Read More
A fairly recent landscape photograph of Salford Quays showing the Imperial War Museum North, and the Lowry Arts Centre.Read More
Ok, so I'm still chasing my tail a little, and have a few images I want to put live but haven't had chance, so here's one from last autumn at Scalebar Force waterfall.
With the trip to the lakes abandoned again yesterday, I instead met up with Andy Lea Landscapes and we went to the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire to shoot the Brock Bottoms cascades.Read More