Tree Lines

They say you must be patient to be a landscape photographer and you may have to wait for hours to get the right light for an image. Well I must either be very patient, or […]


An Un-expected Muse

We often hear Joe Cornish talking about Roseberry Topping being his muse, but it came as a bit of a shock to me to realise that the Kingthorpe farm had become my muse without me […]


If You Don’t Go, You Don’t Get!

I’m a big believer in the saying “If you don’t go, you don’t get”, but I have to say, I’m as guilty as anyone for saying, “The weather’s not very good, I’ll not go this […]

DSLR vs Mirrorless – Part 2

Before I start, I’d like it to make it clear that these are purely my own thoughts on the subject and could easily prove to be well wide of the mark. Following on from my […]


Follow Your Own Path

Janet kindly bought me a copy of the “Masters of Landscape Photography” book for Christmas and it proved a really interesting read. Marc Adamus did lots of processing on his images while others did very […]


A Time To Reflect

As the end of another year approaches, it’s the time when we all relax and sit back and start to reflect on the past year, but also time to ponder where we are heading in […]