Fine Art Prints for sale directly from the photographer. These will be printed to fine art giclee quality, with a white mount and the added option of a simple black frame. These are printed remotely, so please allow a turnaround time of 4-6 weeks.
Just off a dead-end single-track road is this delightful waterfall, set deep in the heart of Swaledale, North Yorkshire, taken whilst sheltering from the rain.
Flooded by the overflowing Derwent Water, the land around Hawes End in the Lake District produced some colourful reflections of the green bursts of spring.
I was caught by the contrast of the circular patterns of the snail shell, contrasted by the straight line of the grass it was clinging on to.
One of the smallest and prettiest churches in Suffolk, the only completely thatched church in the country, basking in some late summer sun.
Shrouded by overgrown hedgerows, the rear entrance to the village church gives a glimpse of light and what lies beyond.
An aerial view of the village of Mellis, Suffolk, dominated and cut in half by the railway line.
Vines of an Ivy growing up the trunk of an established oak tree, I was drawn to the lines and patterns in the bark.
Water patterns created by a short long-exposure in the river Tees, Barnard Castle.
A pastel hued winter sunrise on a calm, but cold morning at Burnham Overy Staithe, Norfolk.
An Infrared black and white conversion of the pier at Southwold, Suffolk, resplendent in the summer sun.
A winter scene of blue tones, Cromer, Norfolk.
An Infrared image of one of the last boats left on the beach at Dunwich with April showers threatening overhead.