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A winters morning on Derwent Water, blessed with beautiful sub zero sunlight. 🖐🏻Myself and @bobmickspix are hosting an Instameet in the Yorkshire Dales on the 17th March at Settle. Please visit our new page @yorkshireinstameet for more info and how to join. Thank you


Hello again! 🙌🏻
Happy New Year to you all, you’ve been missed 🍻 I spent new year in Anglesey and it was 50mph winds for 4 days constant. This photo was one from an hour on the beach one New Year’s Day. Hope you’ve had a nice holiday.


Winter in the Lake District, Coppermines Valley in snow.



What’s that coming over the hill is it a monst . . . NO! It’s just a car Tiv, it’s just a car! With its headlights on 😁


Getting your mates to kick snow in your face is not something I intend to do all the time when it snows. But never mind, on this occasion It was OK 👌🏻


Love the Dordogne for its open fields and wall less landscapes and most of all, the various crops that are everywhere you look.



I wish I’d had a person stood on the outer edges of Peel Island, here. Or Wildcat Island as its known in the book, ‘Swallows and Amazons’. It looks small in this photo, you could probably put 3 or 4 houses on this Island. Anyway, it’s a great addition to the already beautiful, Coniston Water. Me and a pal have had the pleasure of having a bacon sandwich here made by two lads who had camped overnight. We pulled up in a 2 man canoe at just the right time. Breakfast time. 😁 ******************************** I’ve tagged some Lakeland beauts, a Devoner and Angela Nikolai cos she’s bonkers.


I’ve never seen the Beck this flooded in Coniston as I did on this Boxing Day back in 2015. I’m surprised I even got a clean shot of this as it was pounding it down. It astounds me as to the amount of water that plummets down the fells when it rains. Magnificent and also scary.
Have a great weekend whatever you are doing. Look forward to seeing the results of the Pembrokeshire instameet tomorrow. ****************************************
I’ve tagged some really good accounts.


The best time to visit a waterfall for me, is when it’s raining. Everything is awesome, the noise, the colours, the shine of the rocks, everything. Whether this is when they are most photogenic is in the eye of the beholder. ************************************** I’ve tagged some really good accounts.



Ethereal, I’ll never forget this flight over the Calder Valley when an inversion had set in for the entire day. I was there in the morning when it was thick and was there at sunset to get this after a visit to the garden centre which was below the inversion. I remember thinking if I get up high enough I’d see a carpet.


I don’t think I’ve ever seen these trees so defined as I did when I first shot here in Autumn back in 2012. An absolutely stunning array of trees at the head of Coniston Water


Don’t look down! Or rather, make sure you always have a look down when flying above the Landscape. This, the top of Hardknott Pass before continuity back down Dunnerdale.



I’m loving these moods that @johnedwardjames Lightroom presets are giving to my photos. They have taught me a thing or two about how to make images from photos. Lightroom presets available from his website, there is a link to them in his profile. **************************************
I’ve tagged some beauts including drone artists, illustrators, influencers, friends and my local taxi firm in case you are ever in Halifax. The Piece Hall is well worth a visit !


I’ve posted this previously but I’ve been learning from @johnedwardjames on how to improve tones and colours in my photos. Using his presets, which I downloaded from his website, my photos have a new lease of life. I can highly recommend James’ Lightroom presets. Available on his website. There’s a direct link in his profile. Go get em!! ********************************
I’ve tagged some beauties. Go take a look at their work. 👍🏻


An intimate landscape which I spotted in the local woods. With crepuscular rays beaming down through the misty treetops a couple of hours after sunrise.



Hi all, hope you have a good weekend. 🍻 ************************************
I’ve tagged some beauts


Snipering from the lower fells is a great way to photograph. Long lens, panning round to see what’s going on in those micro compositions. 😁


Loughrigg, I went to a see what all the fuss was about and I wasn’t disappointed. I climbed Little Loughrigg and the panoramas are awesome. A lesson learned about having somewhere where you can pan round and see what the light’s doing to the scenery.



Another from our trip to the lakes, this near Cockley Beck. I love it down that valley, so peaceful.


Langdale meaning Long Valley sure lives up to its name. Jees. **********************************
I’ve tagged some beauts and Halifax’s ever so reliable taxi firm @premier_taxis and a guy I met in the Spar in Coniston who lives in Greenland 🇬🇱


The road between Coniston and Skelwith Bridge from up here. 😁


Not the usual Blea Tarn shot, which I love. Great view from up here though. 😁


The Bluebird Cafe was packed last week due to #coniston #speedweek Such a great event where boats of various sizes test their might against the clock. This was taken last Friday night.


I made a good decision stopping off at Ingleborough from Chapel Le Dale to get a drone shot whilst driving up to the Lakes. It’s the beauty of driving up the A65 isn’t it?
I’ve tagged some beauts


Hello all, A visit into Dunnerdale again, this lesser visited part of the Lakes is full of little gems. I was blessed with good light compared to the last 2 days. This, the first of my photos from this visit to the Lake District. (Still here. Managed to get wifi) 😁


The highest motorway in England at its highest point. The M62 and Oldham Road


Me and the boy up on the fells above Coniston whilst elder brother and mother push zeds in bed.


Familiar view for me this, it’s at the beginning of a local walk which takes in Copley and Wainhouse. This taken first thing in the morning.
Have a good weekend all! *********************************** I’ve tagged some young photographers purely because their outlook is slightly different ! 😜


Always intrigued by the depth that is available in autumn 🍂 The lingering cold air makes the most common of places, come alive.


Flight is the process by which an object moves, through an atmosphere or beyond it, as in the case of spaceflight. This can be achieved by generating aerodynamic lift, propulsive thrust, aerostatically using buoyancy, or by ballistic movement.