stormy seas, crashing waves meet the angular rocks of the land.
South Stack Lighthouse Anglesey North Wales, we lost count of how many steps down I do not envy the postman here but a great spot for watching a sunset with my new camera.
Mow Cop is a ruined Folly that was first built as a summer house high on the hill line in Cheshire. Built on outcrop of tough sandstone Grit over 200 years ago it can be seen as far away as Staffordshire.
Amazing High drop of moorland water, it had been raining a lot (for a change) the huge rush of water peaked my attention, a few hurdles over fences and I found this beauty. Long exposure photograph in “sunny” Oldham.
Long exposure photograph of tree branch, taken using a 10 stop neutral density filter.
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.
The colourful dramatic colour of the Ayrshire Coastline.