This is probably one of the most famous and well photographed trees in the UK. It lies close to the town of Haltwhistle and grows from the base of Hadrian’s Wall. The wall snakes its way from West to East and was built by the Romans. Here you can see our sister Galaxy Andromeda in the sky to the left of the tree. Andromeda lies 2.537 million light years away and is our closest galactic neighb..
Although based upon a real view from Casterigg near Keswick , this is really about my memory of the view. As always, I like to put a little spin into my work so I introduced a little peak of the sun itself to act as a spotlight on the distant fields. 60 x 50 cm - A Limited Edition Giclee Print of /50 - Uk Postage is included..
Early morning late February photograph taken on an incoming tide. Within the space of about a minute after taking this photograph was taken the colour in the sky disappeared, it turned very dark and we were pelted with hail stones. Worse, the incoming tide washed over the top of my wellys! ..
-Print Size 16in x 10.5: My long suffering wife and I enjoyed a fabulous week in Norfolk. We were blessed with fantastic weather so we were able to get out explore and walk in an area I had never visited before and so different to my Cumbrian coast. This beach was just one of the splendid vistas we explored, It was a revelation and a painters delight, especially an artist like myself wh..
My award-winning image from Astro Photographer of the Year 2019. This single 10 second exposure shows me and one of my dogs, Floyd with Mars to the left and Saturn to the right. Also, on the right you can the Galactic Core of our Milky Way Galaxy, the gas cloud at the very centre where 26,000 light years away lies the Super Massive Black Hole Sagittarius A*. Either side of this you can see Libra, ..
We had just returned from a fabulous and very hot holiday in the Italian Lakes, next morning dawned with a good forecast so decided we would have a walk in our own Lake District and opted to try a route we had never walked before. It was one of Wainwrights routes over Matterdale common to St Johns in the Vale.Not the most scenic of walks as it is mostly over wetland and moor, weather was close and..