This set of images is a continuation of using my wheelchair tray as a photography tool. With the exception of images 1 and 2, all were taken through an adapted sheet of perspex to achieve the effect of refracted light. This is the first time I have used this technique...

One thing that never ceases to amaze me are the intricate details of the natural world and this particularly applies to tree bark. I have often admired the individual patterns and character created by bark. Turning that into a photography project...

 

Over the years my garden has been a wonderful source of inspiration for photography, but as most gardens do they develop and change over time. This last nine months the garden has been completely reworked and redesigned, the result of that has meant...

One of the places I really love to visit is Norfolk. In particular the Broads, which is a vast inland network of mostly ancient man-made waterways. It is such a peaceful area to experience and a great haven for wildlife. Thanks to the fantastic charity Waveney Stardust...

 

The images in this collection were a pleasant surprise, as I rediscovered them while looking through some old files. It took me right back to when I took the images on a hot summers day at Wisley. There is something so magical about meadows...

Over the last two years I have really enjoyed getting to grips with landscape photography, which has long been an ambition of mine. Where better to experiment than the beautiful wooded hills of Surrey around where I live. The great thing about landscape photography...

 

The views surrounding our bungalow in Norfolk have long been an inspiration to me and it’s amazing just how much time you can spend there watching the world go by. Having now got into landscape photography it provided a great opportunity...

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