Category Archives: Musings

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Learning to See

A few months ago, I spent a very enjoyable day photographing waterfalls on the North York Moors with my good friend John Clifton. I rarely go out with other photographers apart from Janet, so it […]

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Where to see us in 2019

After an un-characteristically quiet start to the year exhibition and art fair wise, we have a very busy final third of the year to look forward to. For busy, read manic, with most things happening […]

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Where Do I Go From Here?

A good question, and one I have been asking myself more and more recently. I’m probably most well-known for the minimal monochrome winter landscapes I love to shoot and still do, but I’m increasingly being […]

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No Such Thing As The Perfect Camera Bag!

This has to be a first for me as I’ve never actually managed to wear holes in a camera bag before! I’ve used my trusty Case Logic backpack for six years now and despite the […]

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Studded Snow Boots

Way back in February 2013, Janet, myself and a couple of friends took a trip to the Lofoten Islands. The first few days proved to be very rainy, but it froze overnight giving us very […]

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Getting About In Snowy Conditions

Given our liking for roaming around the moors and dales in the snow, you’d think we ran a four-wheel drive vehicle, but no, we’ve nothing more exciting than a front wheel drive hatchback. So how […]