The conditions were just perfect in this woodland scene. Sentinel beech tree trees stretched to the heavens with with sparse lower branches giving a splash of colour. The beech leaf carpet covers the woodland floor, only the progress of a muddy water course trickling to the river has disturbed the blanket. Mist which has just appeared is disappearing fast with the tepid sun breaking through as it drifts up into the dense forest above. Do you know which way I’m heading, take your pick.
Goodnight St Mary's
Souter. A winters morning. December 2017
Under the bridge
Trow rocks. South Shields
Steetly evening. Hartlepool
Blue hour bridges.
Hello Sunderland The Red Arrows.
St Marys sunrise. May 2017.
Tuesday morning. St Mary's island, sunrise May 2017
Dawn again. A tynemouth September dawn
Souter evening view. May 2017.
L'arc de Whitburn. The Whitburn arch sunrise April 2018.
Before the storm. Little Haven
Turning the tide. Durham Coast. Seaham
The beast. From the east, as the blizzard approaches I wait for light to catch Herd Groyne.... I'm getting frozen waiting for this to happen. Now run to the car!
Sunrise. A beautiful September morning beings at Roker.
Wave art. Jackies beach. Whitburn
Tallest ship. The tallest ship MIR at the Sunderland tall ships festival.
Up early again to get some dawn and sunrise photos around the mouth of the river tyne. At this time in the morning the sun shines through the waves to give you a fantasic spectacle of the breakwater dancing. If you get it right you get a lovely photograph, well in 6 attempts I got it right. Enjoy. Now my dilemma is to whether to finish this photo in colour of monochrome, as the breakwater is really high key. Well I'll do both. Here the colour version.
Dressed for winter. Exmoor ponies winter visiting Cleadon hills.
Dressed for winter II. Exmoor ponies wintering on Cleadon Hills.
Exmoor pony on Cleadon hills
The show begins. Waiting for sunrise at roker beach.
Sky bridge. The near completed Northern spire.
Dawn arrival. The Fread Olsen Balmoral arrives at dawn, August 2017.
Morning rocks. Panorama of Marsden rock at dawn, April 2017.