Wire wheel
The wire wheel is an icon of vintage and veteran motor cars. This finely detailed image of a thoroughly polished example could be a major talking point in your workshop, garage or office. We think that with the current passion for everything retro, this makes for an absolutely stunning canvas […]

Wire Wheel


Cork Stone
Set high on the wild, weathered Stanton Moor is the Cork Stone. A stone feature which rather looks as though it has just popped out from a bottle of fizzy wine. At the best of times, the Peak District of Derbyshire can be mysterious yet warmly welcoming. The oldest national […]

Cork Stone



Idyllic
I could think of no more an idyllic place to live than here. Thatched roof cottages and a church within walking distance for Sunday mornings. What could be more English? There are even roses around the door! No sign of any modern technology. Whilst this may be a rare scene, […]

Idyllic


Storm Shelter
I captured this view of Deganwy storm shelter as the clouds started to gather in the late, autumn afternoon. The shelter, on the promenade at Deganwy, was originally erected in 1904. By late 1905, the shelter had already fallen victim to its first storm damage. More recently, winter storms in […]

Storm Shelter



Just A Faded Photograph
It’s just a faded photograph. The Waun y Llyn country park is a former quarry towards the southern edge of the county of Flintshire. It makes a great starting point for walkers and ramblers. Located on a hilltop, there are some stunning and far reaching views. It is also home […]

Just A Faded Photograph


Blue London
Blue London looking across a calm River Thames from the Tower of London. Although London is a populous city, it can also be a very lonely city. I captured this moment in time from a location which becomes very busy with tourists during the day. By evening, the crowds have […]

Blue London