No, not a new double act between the poet and singer, but a search engine’s use of one of my photos to celebrate the anniversary of Wordsworth’s 250th birthday. Bing has used one of my photos for their search page background for today – it’s […]
I’ve been busy, recently, being interviewed by the lovely Anita Loughrey, for her Research Secrets column in Writers’ Forum magazine. It’s a fascinating column where she asks writers and authors to share their research tips. Every writer has their own way of doing things and […]
The viewpoint image in this month’s Outdoor Photography magazine (July 2019 issue) was taken from Burway Hill, overlooking Caer Caradoc, The Lawley and The Wrekin. In the accompanying text, I recommend parking in Carding Mill Valley and then picking up the Burway lane, which climbs […]
It was glorious. There was a hint of the summer warmth to come, as the sun slowly sank behind the Long Mynd. I was on Hope Bowdler Hill, one of the quieter Stretton Hills, and not far from Caer Caradoc.
I was a little surprised to discover that a photo I’d taken of myself (using the camera’s self-timer option) has been bought and used by The Independent newspaper to illustrate a book review about request-stop railway station …
The Telegraph ran a feature in October 2013 listing the top ten most haunted universities in the UK, and used one of my photos to illustrate the ghost story for one of those universities … Click this link to see the photo and the ghost […]
Out now – the November issue of Outdoor Photography magazine, with my Viewpoint of the River Colwyn … Last November, I was staying in Beddgelert with friends, when I spotted this view of the River Colwyn nearby. A truly magical place where I took […]
A selection of 2014 calendars have just hit the shelves, and contain a selection of my own images … 2014 Devon My photograph of the clapper bridge in Dartmoor has been selected as the image for February:
I’m chuffed to discover that one of my photographs has been shortlisted for the Outdoor Photographer of the Year Award 2011, British Landscapes category. Now, I have a nail-biting wait of a couple of weeks to find out whether my photo has progressed any further […]
More of my photos have been uploaded to the Alamy website: Eardisland, Herefordshire Weobley, Herefordshire Pembridge, Herefordshire Eardisley, Herefordshire
The photographic agency, Alamy, now has a selection of my latest photographs available. For some Hot Air Balloon images, click on this link. For some images of Whittington Castle, click this link. To view all 1,610 of my images available, click here.
I’ve just found out today that one of my images from the Alamy photographic agency, has been used in The Rough Guide to Camping In Britain.