Category Archives: Steve Walton fineart landscapes

Greyfriars, Leicester.

I once worked within metres of the spot where the remains of our last Plantagenet King were found buried under the car park, just out of shot on the lower right of the image, unaware of what lay just inches beneath the tarmac.   After months of argument over where Richard 111’s remains should finally…

Minninglow Quietly Seeing Winter Through, Peak District

Late afternoon on a January day, no birds are singing.  Minninglow waits patiently for them to begin again.   Minninglow, Peak District National Park. Leica MP, 35mm Summicron asph, Fuji Acros 100, Heliopan O22.

UK Landscape Photographer: Fur Tor, Dartmoor

Fur, or Vur Tor on Dartmoor is a good place to pitch the tent for an overnight stay.  It’s a remote and peaceful place, the only sounds were the songs of meadow pipits and croaking of passing ravens as the sun dipped.  It’s a place to sit quietly and absorb Dartmoor and a wonderful place…