Category Archives: Steve Walton UK Landscape Photographer

What’s Happened to Winter Again?

Edale Sunrise Fuji GX617, Fuji Velvia 50  Whilst there has been significant snowfall in some parts of the UK this winter, once again it seems to be bypassing the Midlands.  There’s still time, though, and patience is definitely a virtue for the dedicated landscape photographer!  Sorting through my transparency archive revealed this 6x17cm transparency that…

Supermoon at Callanish, Isle of Lewis. Wild Light Photography Tours with Steve Walton.

Less than a week to go until my fully-booked 2015 Wild Light Photography Tour of the Outer Hebrides begins.  Although we are not scheduled to see a supermoon whilst we are there this year, we are based as usual at the high quality Harris Hotel in Tarbert,  perfectly situated for exploring the wonderful Islands of…

Oak The Adoration of Trees #3

An old lightning-struck tree in Bradgate Park stands guard on the flank of Tyburn as I made my way down to the village of Newtown Linford yesterday evening.  Tortured by time and what appears to be fire damage, possibly caused by a lightning strike or two, this ancient guardian is now little more than a…

Unashamed Bluebells!

It’s that time of year when my favourite local woodland leaps out from beneath it’s winter duvet and clothes itself in bluebells.  It’s good to feel optimistic again and the sudden appearance of the annual blue carpet on a warm and sunny spring day does promote optimism!  I carried on my walk feeling lighter and…