Peel Tower, always a good destination to get the heart racing with it’s steep incline. If you have a camera you have a sneaky excuse for stopping half way to “admire the view” and catching your breath. This was my view on the way down, I was waiting to see the evening lights come on but instead walked down to a golden sunset.
Contrasts in snow at Dove Stone Reservoir
View from the top of Holcombe Hill, Ramsbottom, Bury and Manchester beyond as far as the eye can see.
Singing Ringing Tree panoptican high above the town of Burnley, long exposure taken at night to reveal a blanket of stars.
Peel Tower First snow of the winter of 2016.
November saw the first snow of the winter at Ramsbottom. This is one of a selection of images that are for sale this Christmas please see the craft fairs or drop me a line for some more details.
Double gateway to the Moors, photographed high on Lancashire’s cold moorland. This was built by a local farmer to help with transporting his sheep.
One of series of photograph’s that I took at Brimham Rocks, that is set in the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors. The Rocks are a natural formation of extremely old rocks that have been eroded to to strange shapes by natural weathering.
Balancing Rock North Yorkshire Moors, photographed at Brimham.
Balancing Rock’s and Monoliths at Brimham Rocks. Photographed in early afternoon the sun reveals the patterns of erosion that illustrate the whole of the landscape.