Framed Multi Image Prints

Framed Multi image prints Framed multi image prints of London, Manchester, Manchester pubs, The Peveril of the Peak, Clitheroe, Pendle Hill and Downham, Whalley, Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium, Anfield, Chipping Campden, Northumberland, Highbury Stadium Arsenal,  Goodison Park Everton and Old Trafford Football Ground. Click thumbnail to visit page.   Framed Limited Edition Prints   … […]

Picture Stories

Here are some picture stories to start  off  a few ‘reads’… Scroll ‘Recent Posts‘ and ‘Categories‘ for more words & pictures combinations.

Cheviots

Gateway to the Cheviots Take the B6348 off the main A1, not far from the opposite turn off to Bamburgh, and head in the direction of Chatton and Wooler. When night falls along this road you know you are close to a relative wilderness and far from the maddening crowds, which makes it a great […]

Chillingham Castle

Chillingham is quite possibly my favourite place in the North East, though I doubt you and I have seen it in the same light. The majority will see it in it’s hazy summer glory, for this is when holidays are taken and Chillingham gets to recoup some of the cost of its spectacular renovation – […]

Alnwick

Alnwick is home to one of the most spectacular castles in the kingdom and, unlike the castle at Bamburgh, the owners understand the value of lighting up their prize possession at night all year round. So pack your wellies and head torches, and set out on a riverside walk as the sun begins to set. […]

Berwick upon Tweed

Too often overlooked but worth the drive up the A1. Lowry loved this place for a reason: if you were to take a typical worktown and dress it up in idealised clothing, it would probably look something like Berwick upon Tweed. Handsome, hard-working pubs and eateries, wonderfull stonework and harbour to explore, and a masterpiece […]

Dunstanburgh Castle

 Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle …(or better still, carry on walking and have a pint in The Ship at Newton by the Sea). If you are expecting a picture-perfect postcard village, Craster might be a disappointment because it isn’t that picturesque: no architecture of note, the only place to park (unless you’ve been allocated a slot […]

Bamburgh

A Walk Along the Beach at Bamburgh Bamburgh Castle is a spectacular sight by day but it fizzles out come night time, when it should be at its finest. I’ve no doubt it can be expensive lighting up a full castle at night, especially out of season when there’s few folk around to enjoy the […]

Holy Island Lindisfarne

Wonderful sights often require effort on the viewer’s part – sometimes a lot, at other times not so much – and one of the most spectacular sights in Britain is a perfect sunrise over the Holy Island that is Lindisfarne. In summer, this might require some serious sleep deprivation (and a room at a local […]

Beadnell

If you didn’t know about it beforehand (as many watersporters do), Beadnell can throw you somewhat on arrival. OK, so the Craster Arms looks like a decent place for a pint and a butty, and the church is cute. But is that it? Mmm. A stroll towards the coast reveals a collection of nondescript houses […]

Warkworth Northumberland

For some, Warkworth is Northumberland’s Jewel. Warkworth Castle lords it over the wonderfully preserved Castle main street and the short riverside walk is perfect for a daily stroll at either end of the day. Great base for a family holiday and there’s much to appeal to the imagination of children of all ages.  

Holy Island Lindisfarne

Holy Island Lindisfarne

Holy Island Sunrise Photography is primarily about developing personal vision: learning to see anew, if you like, though this time through lenses, as you strive to master the limitless perspectives they offer. It is also about hard work, planning, knowing your subject/object, understanding light, the seasons, angles, hard-earned experience and myriad other details. And occasionally […]