Scalpay

Scalpay After months of wanting and hoping to move to The Western Isles Nelly & I finally made our permanent escape between lockdowns from Gloucestershire to the tiny Hebridean Island of Scalpay.  We moved into our gu brath dhachaig on June 2nd 2021, our dream has been realised at last! The very best that The…

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River Severn

Mindfulness Within Photography Covid 19 has had a terrible impact on all our lives and our mental wellbeing during the past year but one positive aspect for me is that I have had more opportunity to indulge in personal work without the need to sell anything.    I firmly believe that mindfulness within photography is…

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  • Tom HooleyMarch 15, 2021 - 8:16 pm

    Thank you for sharing these beautiful contemplative pictures and I am glad to read that your photography has helped keep you balanced through what sounds like a very tricky time.ReplyCancel

Magpie Mine, Peak District

Exploring Magpie Mine Magpie Mine in the Peak District is a disused lead mine, one of five on the site which is enclosed by a stone wall. The other four shafts are known as Great Red Soil, Horsesteps, Maypit and Dirty Red Soil. Magpie Mine was opened in 1740 and closed in 1958. It was…

Orkney Islands Photography Workshops

Orkney Islands landscape & seascape photography workshop with Steve Walton FMPA FBIPP 18th-20th November 2022 I am delighted to offer our Orkney Islands photography workshops on 18th-20th November 2022.  Workshop itinerary Our Orkney Islands photography workshop is limited to six attendees.  You will be picked up and dropped-off each workshop day at our meeting point…

Tindholmur

The shark-fin outline of Tindholmur is instantly recognisable to anyone who has visited the Faroe Islands. It’s an impressive islet that rises straight out of Sørvágsfjørður and if you’re lucky enough to have a window seat on the right side of the aircraft as you approach Vagar Airport, the saw-tooth ridge passes so closely beneath…