Scarista Salt Flats Snowy Sunset -Isle of Harris Photography

Back in Ferbruary, me and my better half, Sarah went away for a two week trip to the Isle of Harris and Lewis in our VW T5 Campervan for a holiday and of course to do some photography. I first stumbled across photos from Luskentyre about 5 or 6 years ago and knew instantly that … Read more

Russel Burn by Moonlight - Scotland Landscape Photography

Over the Christmas I made my first proper visit to the Torridon area. I made a fleeting visit driving the coastal road last year and watched the sunset over the Isle of Skye from Bealach Na Ba but we carried on to Asssynt after that. It had been a place I had wanted to visit … Read more

Beinn a' Chrulaiste Winter Sunrise - Scotland Landscape Photograp

Beinn a’ Chrulaiste, a mountain I have been trying to capture for a few years now. I originally stumbled on the mountain about 4 years ago or so, I think from a walking routes website. I was looking for good mountains in the area with great views and Beinn a’ Chrulaiste came up as a … Read more

So it’s now December and I think I can officially say Autumn is at an end. It’s been quite a strange one this year and I have seen a lot of people saying it’s the best Autumn for many years, some claiming a decade! I’m not quite sure I agree with that. First off, Autumn … Read more

A month ago (wow already) I visited Switzerland. I had wanted to see the Matterhorn for years, with it’s unique profile recognisable to many. I finally had the opportunity to go, so me and my girlfriend decided to book it and take the long drive over there to visit Zermatt and the Matterhorn stopping in … Read more

A couple of weeks ago I did a wild camp on the Old Man Of Coniston, a location I had wanted to wild camp at for so long. A few years ago I tried walking the Coniston Round with a bunch of friends but got battered back by winds on Swirl How and had to … Read more

Sgurr Na Stri Wild Camping Last week saw me up on the Isle Of Skye for a week staying in Kilbride near Torrin. One of my objectives was to complete a wild camp or two depending on the conditions. One of my main locations I had my sites set on was a little hill called … Read more

Last Sunday saw me out and about in the Peak District again aiming to capture a sunset at Shutlinsgloe. Shutlingsloe is in the Western Peaks and it’s distinct shape can be seen from miles around but will be a familiar sight to anyone who has drove along the Cat and Fiddle. Shutlingsloe has a nickname … Read more

I’m recently back from a trip up to Scotland, a place I’d love to spend more time but with time constraints (takes up a good part of a day to get there!) and the rising price of fuel it’s somewhere I have to usually book a week in to go. Never the less, I try … Read more

Lumsdale is a lovely tucked away valley between Tansley and Matlock in Derbyshire. It’s a bit of an hidden gem that’s been exploited a little more in the last few years. Bentley Brook is the stream that courses it’s way through the valley and a series of waterfalls and cascades drop away. Derbyshire doesn’t have … Read more