Storm approaching Sandwood Cottage

This image was shot the morning after a wild camping trip to Sandwood Bay. A four mile walk with camping camera gear to get back to the van before the storm really hit.


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Ardnamurchan Point Lighthouse

Another Stormy morning in the west of Scotland, this time at the very westernmost point of the British mainland.


Skokholm Island from Marloes Sands

Late summer evening in west Pembrokeshire, just a short walk down onto the shore from the lovely little youth hostel at Marloes Sands


Sometimes, the simple ones are the best. I love to just to sit and look out to sea on a warm summer's evening - this was shot right at the end of a beautiful late summer's day as the air was just starting to chill.


Sea Lock, Crinan Canal

This photograph is taken from the wonderful Crinan Hotel, home to artists Frances MacDonald and her son Ross Ryan. The location is magical and the food's great too!


After a very wet day in the East Neuk of Fife, there was just a glimmer of light at the end of the afternoon. Fabulous part of the world in rain or shine, though.

The Bass Rock

The Bass Rock off North Berwick in the Firth of Forth is a magical and mysterious place. A solid lump of granite rising out of the sea and, covered by 100,000 breeding gannets in Spring and Summer, it can sometimes look to be covered in snow.

St Mary's Light

In the pouring rain and a cold easterly wind at 4.30 in the morning, there was a violent sea, but just a hint that the clouds might break. I was glad of the warming cup of tea and hot breakfast back at the b&b though - I think the landlady thought I was mad as I arrived back!


A stil autumn evening on the north Norfolk coast.

The Seven Sisters, Birling Gap

The classic view of the Seven Sisters is from the other end at Seaford Head, but here I have shot looking west from Birling Gap.