This shot was taken between the West and East lighthouses at Whitby. The water between them is the point the River Esk meets the North Sea.
When it comes to sheer colour, few places in the UK can top the southern coastal town of Hastings on a bright summer day. I love it.
Today was largely spent at the beach… With a dead fin whale for company. What caught my eye was not just the whale, but the people who come to look at it. Some just sat and stared as it bobbed gently to the rhythms of the waves. Some gave it little more than a glance […]
A year ago I posted a series of images from the Luddenden Foot to Mytholmroyd stretch of the Rochdale Canal following the floods there. I’ve now had the pleasure of photographing the next step of the canal – from Mytholmroyd to Todmorden. M
Shot with a Linhof Super Technika and 105 Carl Zeiss Tessar f/3.5 with a 10-stop B&W filter and Fuji Acros 100 film.
A few weeks back I was sent on assignment to Milton Keynes to record the town on its 50th birthday. The idea was to take a 50-year-old camera and use it to chart the changes in the town’s 50 years. Turned out there was one problem. Fifty years ago, Milton Keynes agreed in principle. It […]
This shot dates back to 2013 when I took it during a visit to Whitby, on the north east coast (not too far from my native Middlesbrough). I remember being amused by the fact all the parking spaces seemed to be dominated not by cars but by pigeons. Most particularly I was desperate the main […]