I enjoy landscape photography, and use many of my own photos to illustrate my articles and some of my books.
I also supply images to the Alamy photographic agency. You can view my portfolio by clicking here: Alamy – Simon Whaley Portfolio.
I’m a BBC WeatherWatcher, uploading photos most days. My BBC WeatherWatcher name is Snapper Simon, and hundreds of my images have been used on regional weather forecasts (usually my local regions BBC Midlands Today), but also on national forecasts as part of the BBC’s One o’clock, Six o’clock or Ten o’clock news broadcasts.
My Photos Used In National Press Articles
04/02/20 – Five of the UK’s Best Multi-Trip Rail Adventures
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2020/feb/04/5-best-uk-rail-rover-ticket-adventures-multi-trip-ticket 21/08/19 – 10 of the UK’s Best Open-Top Bus Rides – The Guardian
https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2019/aug/21/10-best-open-top-bus-rides-uk-sightseeing-seafronts 22/04/15 – An Election Piece about Bill cash, Owner of Upton Cressett Hall
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/general-election-2015-is-william-cash-the-man-to-woo-warwickshire-north-for-ukip-10196581.html 19/07/14 – A Review of Paul Evan’s book about Wenlock Edge in The Guardian:
http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/jul/18/herbaceous-paul-evans-sharp-observations-nature-writing 18/07/14 – An article about the joy of isolated railway stations:
The Burway on the Long Mynd, with Caer Caradoc, The Lawley, and The Wrekin in the distance – Outdoor Photography Helmeth and Ragleth Hills, as seen from the Gaer Stone on Hope Bowdler Hill Steam Engine 43106 pulls into Highley Station on the Severn valley Railway Line, Shropshire