Black & White


The Cork Stone
The Cork Stone is on the wild and windswept Stanton Moor in Derbyshire. The Cork Stone gets it’s name from it’s appearance which is somewhat like a cork for a bottle of fizz. Stanton Moor can be a mysterious, moody place which has a rich history dating back to the […]

Cork Stone


Abandoned Lime Kiln
This abandoned lime kiln is on Halkyn Mountain which is only ten minutes from my home. Halkyn Mountain is windswept rough land which is scattered with the remains of mines and quarries. On clear days, the views are spectacular and far reaching across the north west of England. The lime […]

Abandoned Lime Kiln


Windy City
Is this a windy city? I like to wander around the backstreets of cities. It’s a great way to find atmospheric locations and find an alternative view of the familiar.

Windy City



A stark and towering skyscraper dominates over us in a reminder of their rising power.
A stark and towering skyscraper dominates over us in a reminder of their rising power.

Stark and towering


Canadian National Vimy Memorial
The Canadian National Vimy Memorial is located on Vimy Ridge in the north eastern corner of France. The memorial is dedicated to the thousands of Canadians who gave their lives in battles of The Great War around Vimy Ridge. Even today much of the land around Vimy is out of bounds […]

Canadian National Vimy Memorial


Tower of London
The Tower of London is situated just outside the City of London. One of the many iconic sights of London, here the Tower is seen as the mist descended on a cold winters night.

The Tower of London



Watching over The City
I tried my hand at some night photography whilst in London. Where better to start than around Tower Bridge? Here is City Hall keeping it’s beady eye on the City of London.

Watching over the City


Film Noir portrays the dark side of human nature. The shadowy, dark, doomed love of the femme fatale. The Private Investigator hired to follow her by her double crossed husband. Maybe she has run just around this corner? Or did she slip quietly through the gateway to the left?

Film Noir in Chester


The Ulster Tower in The Somme
The Ulster Tower was the first official memorial built on the Western Front after the end of World War 1. Find out how the Ulster Tower is connected with Alfred Lord Tennyson, the Theatre Royal of Drury Lane and Bangor in Northern Ireland. I have written a report on my […]

The Ulster Tower



Moody clouds over the industry of Birkenhead
Birkenhead faces off with Liverpool across the Mersey. It can be a moody place at the best of times. Abandoned docks and scruffy industrial complexes do little to lighten the mood for walkers on the Wirral Circular walk.

Birkenhead in Black and White