This Summer I have got really interested in Infrared Photography, this is a false Colour Infrared Image, taken in Tocholes in Lancashire.
Quite a lot of Moorland Lancashire is over 1000ft above sea level, at this cooler level you see later growing conditions but also I have found are some unusual plant species including some alpine’s…!
Lone Tree Walmersley Bury. Black and White photograph.
This tree is a constant inspiration although wellies are always needed to visit. Once a Victorian Industrial Site long since abandoned this is now considered a brown site……..this now means than redevelopment is not so long off…
I entered this image of the Cathedral as a competition entry run by Manchester Cathedral for images of the Cathedral. I was very pleased to be among the selected group to have their images displayed in the Cathedral for a month in a gallery.
Simple Photograph Montage of two photographs that I took from a Viking Festival with simple colour toning to add a bit of mystery and atmosphere.
Night photography, at the Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire. Being in a Gorge I delighted to find there is less light pollution, so had the chance to admire the evening twinkling stars.
I spotted this Graveyard Cross among an overgrown forgotten corner of a Manchester graveyard. I think there are some good photographs if not spooky photography to be taken in some of these cemeteries.
In homage to one of Bill Brandt famous Black and White Photographs of Halifax, added my own twist using long exposures and a lone brooding figure.
The Grain Road is an amazing scenic road that connects Haslingden to Blackburn in Lancashire. In summer months you feel you are on top of the world passing high over the moorland but in winter there is often low cloud. This picture was taken in low cloud conditions it had the benefit of filtering out the harsh sun to create a warm golden light.
Portrait taken at Ramsbottom during Bury World War Weekend that take’s place every Whit Weekend.