A gallery of new and recent landscape photography from the Peak District, Lake District, Scotland and further afield.
The Outer Hebrides lie off the North West Coast of Scotland and present a wide and varied landscape.
A selection of Scottish landscape photography from around Scotland, including Glencoe, Torridon and Skye amongst other places.
The Peak District lies between Manchester and Sheffield offering a varied landscape from lush and verdant valleys to high upland moorland.
“WHEN WORDS BECOME UNCLEAR, I SHALL FOCUS WITH PHOTOGRAPHS. WHEN IMAGES BECOME INADEQUATE, I SHALL BE CONTENT WITH SILENCE.” ― Ansel Adams
I’m a non-award winning and occasionally published landscape photographer based on the edge of the North York Moors National Park England. I tend towards landscape, environmental and nature photography in what I do, but have been known from time to time to dabble in street photography. The Peak District, Snowdonia in North Wales, the Lake District and the Outer Hebrides of Scotland are all places that I love to photograph when I get the opportunity. Having recently moved to North Yorkshire, I’m finding that photography is a good way to get acquainted with the area.
I’ve never felt a strong need to travel abroad to take photographs when we have so much to discover and explore in Great Britain. I even feel slightly guilty travelling all the way to the Outer Hebrides, when I’m having to drive past so much beauty to get there – sometimes the scraggy woodland and allotments behind my home in Sheffield are enough for me. That said, I did spend six weeks travelling around Europe in my campervan in 2018 with my wife, kids and dog – it still feels like I’m editing the pictures from that trip now! My most recent work can be found here.