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Christmas prints and cards

Are you looking for some nice greeting cards to send this festive season, or a print gift for someone? I have updated my print store and have dozens more images available now. You’ll find images of Bristol, Glastonbury, Somerset, Dorset, Devon and much, much more. Visit the print store to see everything – including the …

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A magical morning at Corfe Castle. It’s hard to top catching a misty morning here – it really is photography heaven.

Highly Commended in LPOTY 2022

I’m really happy to say my image “The Quarry” was judged Highly Commended in the Landscape Photographer of the Year awards, in the Historic Britain category, and is featured in the latest book – and will be included in the exhibition, touring the country. I had 3 images shortlisted this year. You can find more …

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Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2022 – shortlisted

I was extremely happy to learn that my ‘Lunar Lander’ photograph, of the Snow Moon setting over Clifton Suspension Bridge, had been shortlisted for the Royal Greenwich Museum’s Astronomy Photographer of the Year award. As a result, it will be appearing in the internationally published book, out in September.

Historic Photographer of the Year 2021 – category winner

I’m so chuffed to say that my photo of Clifton Suspension Bridge in the mist has won the Historic England category of the 2021 Historic Photographer of the Year awards. The morning I took this was a particularly surreal one – the mist sweeping across the city, under the bridge and through the Avon Gorge, …

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50 landscape photography locations around Bristol

Cumberland Basin

Any photographer visiting the city of Bristol is blessed with a huge variety of places to photograph. Due to the relatively small geographic size of the city, it is quite easy to jump from one location to the next in a short period of time, ticking off a lot of locations! Where are the best …

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Landscape Photographer of the Year – Commended

I’m really chuffed to say that my photo of Cheddar Gorge at night was commended by the judges of Landscape Photographer of the Year, and will feature in the printed book along with the exhibition running at London Bridge station. I’m pretty blown away to be honest – it was a last minute decision to …

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The Instagram exodus

After the Instagram head Adam Mosseri announced on video that the app would be focusing primarily on video, there was an immediate backlash from the photographic community. Having spent the last half a decade or so making themselves at home on the app (which itself was created for photo-posting), photographers expressed outrage that their photo …

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Madeira – the land of mist and lava

We were lucky to be able to jet off for a week to the green listed Madeira. And what an incredible place it was! For such a small island – only an hour to get from one side to the other – there is so much variety of landscape crammed in. Madeira really feels like …

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