A 2am start paid off to get to Malham Tarn for 3:30am. The lake was dead calm and looked like a sheet of glass in the star light. I was hoping to get capture the galactic centre however there was a bit of light pollution from Greater Manchester on the southern horizon.
Heading back to Leeds over Malham Moor we caught this evocative misty scene.
A Sunset and Sunrise on Pen y Ghent, Yorkshire Dales National Park.
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The 6am start was more than worth it such an amazing morning. I walked from Malham Tarn, to Malham Cove and up Gordale Scar catching some amazing light!
A beautiful and somewhat unseasonal February day taking photos for the Yorkshire Dales National Park. We caught the Sunrise at Malham Tarn and a hazy sunset at Malham Cove.
We caught the end of the icy February weather in the Lake District and took a walk up High Street above Haweswater Reservoir to get a few photos of the snow…
After a morning in the office we caught the end of a beautiful day near Appletreewick, North, Yorkshire.
After stopping in Glasgow for a couple of days on our January break, we decided to head up to the highlands for a night and climb the Buachaille Etive Mòr with a few friends in the morning.
I saw this cloud formation whilst driving away from Settle on Wednesday evening. It would have been rude not to capture it!
I had the pleasure of taking a few shots with Danny Flack; catching the end of a beautiful day in Leeds. Check out Danny’s Work here: www.flackphoto.co.uk
Catching up with a good friend to explore the moors near Appletreewick
After an amazing 4 weeks in Knoydart it was time to go home to Leeds. The weather was grim and rainy on the boat 16:00 crossing back to Mallaig, however there was still some amazing snow coverage in Glen Coe
A bitterly cold evening hiking in the snow to capture the stars in Knoydart. Here we have the Milky Way rising and Moon setting over Brocket’s Monument.
A selection of photographs from Knoydart
Although many things about life on the Knoydart Peninsula are quite ordinary the remoteness of the community becomes distinctly apparent when doing the grocery shopping. The nearest large supermarket is a boat ride and hour and a half drive away in Fort William: A full day trip when there are only two boat crossings a day (when the weather is good)
After walking from Inverie over to Inverguseran I got a lift back with Ian and Will. The stars were so good we decided to turn round half way and head back to the farm house to grab a tripod! I took this shot looking East towards Sgurr Coire Choinnichean and Ladhar Beinn. The shot is a single 30 second exposure taken with a 15mm fish eye. The Land Rover lights were switched on for about 5 seconds and flood light 2 seconds.
Climbing Sgurr Coire Choinnichean, Knoydart with Lowell, Reece and Kyle for an amazing sunset.
We pulled over at the King’s Head Hotel on Rannoch Moor and met a rather friendly (and hungry) deer!