I have been interested in photography since I purchased my first SLR camera at the age of 17 back in 1979. Since then I have been developing my photographic knowledge and skills. Following retirement from full time work at the end of 2017 I have been able to devote more time to my photography both on land and underwater. Some of the results are shown here in the galleries below
I don’t really have a single photographic genre, preferring instead to take pictures of whatever catches my eye. My pictures sell through three different stock agencies so if you see anything you like and wish to purchase please click here to visit my store at Picfair.com where you can download images or have images printed and framed in various formats. Prices start at just £4.96.
The images here are quite low quality for rapid loading onto a web page. Further each image has a watermark. If you would like to purchase a licence to use any of my images for personal or commercial purposes please click here to visit my store on picfair.com. Prices start at just £4.96
This gallery will show some of my favourite images of anything from any location (unless they appear in a gallery below). I will add to this gallery so please check it regularly
We visited Blackness Castle and the Firth of Forth on a very calm day. The Forth was incredibly calm all day resulting in some great reflections and a colourful sunset.
We recently spent another day at Dungerness Beach in Kent, so here are a few more images trying to find different views or angles...
We live just a short walk from the Teviot so during the hard frosts of te last few days I had to visit to see the effect on the trees around the river.
We joined a group of friends from the Steveange Underwater Photographic Society for two weeks in Bali, Indonesia. We visited a number of sites around the north and east coasts of Bali
We spent a very cold January day and early evening at the Kelpies, Falkirk, Scotland.
We have visited this area on a number of occasions for skiing holidays, but could not miss the opportunity to photograph the area. The weather can be a little challenging at times. Heavy cloud, mist and fog can make a photographer's life difficult but beautiful clear skies can result in very cold conditions. Daytime temperatures dropped at low as -37 Deg C during one trip
We spent a cool, but mostly sunny day at.Dungerness having visited Whitstable the previous evening. Dungerness is a large shingle beach with many rotting huts and boats. It is a desolate yet strangley picturesque area with two light houses. A large nuclear power station dominates the view to the west.