Landscape photography is a relentless mistress

Question: stay in bed or get up at 4am on a cold, wet morning? Answer: You’d be quite right! Except that those who enjoy landscape photography take another view. They wrestle with their conscious as they think about the light they will be missing. And that is usually enough to get them outside!I could, rather poetically, write about what drives me to create but I think that for now I’d rather say that I do it because I enjoy it.

Witnessing the day as it starts or ends, with no one else around, in the middle of vast open spaces has got to be one of the most incredible experiences to have. How many people never see sunrise or are looking elsewhere at sunset? There’s something about just being there that talks to the essence of who I am. I hope you enjoy the images, I know that I had a lot of pleasure (and frustration) in creating them!

Fairy Glade – Crowthorne Woods


Black Mountain Storm – Glen Coe

Glen Coe

Blasted tree, Glenn Etive, Scotland, UK

Glen Etive

Mist on Loch Tay – Glen Lyon

Glen Lyon

Light Over Loch Garry – Highlands


The MoonWalk Iceland 2013


Rainstorm Over Vatten – Isle of Skye

Isle of Skye

Gearrannan, Red and White – Hebrides

Outer Hebrides

Glastonury Tor Sunset – Somerset

The South

Reed reflections, Coigach Peninsula, Scotland