Black & White

York Minster

It’s been a while since I’ve updated the site, so thought it was about time I uploaded something. During the summer holidays, we spent a week in York during August. I didn’t get much chance for photography, but managed a few images of the fabulous York Minster during dusk one evening.

A Timeless Art

A display of the timeless art of spinning wool at The Old Schoolroom Edingley’s Christmas Brunch. Thanks to Ed Compton for the spinning demonstration, and congratulations to The Old Schoolroom Edingley Association and all their supporters on the momentous occasion they celebrated this weekend at the Christmas Brunch and Topping Out ceremony. The Old Schoolroom […]

CHAPEL POINT II

Well, it’s been a fair while since I added anything to the website, so thought it was about time.  Having just treated myself to a Wacom Inuos Pro graphics tablet & pen, a bit of post processing was a perfect opportunity to put the Wacom Intuos Tablet through it’s paces.  So off to the image archive in […]

Edingley, Nottinghamshire

My parents live in the  little village of Edingley, Nottinghamshire.  A small, characterful rural village between Southwell and Farnsfield which always presents a variety of photographic opportunities whenever I visit.  A particular favourite place to shoot being the village Church, St Giles. Below is a small gallery of images from St Giles’ church yard.

Chapel Point

Trawling through  my archives in Lightroom today, I happened upon a set of images from a family break last August to the East Coast.  I’m surprised I had not processed some of these before now and had almost forgotten about them! I’d been meaning to photograph the outlow at Chapel Point (Chapel St Leonards) all […]