me and this
I'm Malcolm Bawn, a published North East landscape photographer and this is my website malcbawn.photos, a showcase collection of my best photographs. Based in North East England, I have a passion to photograph beautiful landscapes. As well as shooting local landscapes, I also travels to accessible and not so accessible beauty spots around the country, such as the Lake District, Scottish Highlands, Cheviots and North York Moors. Now retired I dedicate most of my hours to photography. My photos have appeared in national photographic magazines, a hardback publication “Walls in the Landscape" and in the cover and January page of a worldwide calendar "Lighthouse around the world".
From shooting, printing and mounting I control the end to end process, ensuring quality archival prints, in sizes up to A2 (594x420mm).
I sell locally at shop@theword South Shields and The National Glass Centre Sunderland. Although this site does not have e-commerce facilities I can invoice via Pay-Pal on order completion, for anyone interested in buying one of my photographs. Please contact me via the "get in touch" page to discuss your requirements. An example of pricing excluding postage:- mounted prints on A3 media (42x30cm) £30 and A2 media £40. All prints are printed with Epson Ultrachrome HD ink and Fotospeed fine art paper.
A happy customer from Virginia USA
"It Came!!! Oh my, oh my... it is so Fabulous!! Far and away better than seeing the photo online and I am just so pleased to have it! It came in perfect condition, both the outside wrapping and the print... not a mark or scratch or rub ...Nothing. It's perfect. I am Happy Happy Happy!! :) Thank you so very much Malcolm for making this special print available. :)
My work in other places
Although this site showcases my favourite photos much of my work is also published in numerous social networking site (links below) where you will also find back stories to each image. These are also available at the same competitive pricing.
All that is left to say is thank you for taking time to look at my photographs which in itself gives me great pleasure.