The UK is in it's second national lockdown. Luckily for me the Chiltern Hills and it's woodland look stunning at this time of year.
Due to a heavy cold, I haven't really being able to take photographs during much of October
Photographs from 2006 of the Scottish Highlands near Ullapool. The region surrounding Ullapool is dominated by rugged mountains
Photographs from the Lake District Cumbria. Photos from Windermere, Coniston and Derwent Water
We may not be able to really go abroad at present, luckily England has some woderful destinations to visit. Here are some photos from a whistle stop trip to Sandgate
A trip to Devon and Dartmoor, our first trip outside of Oxfordshire as Covid-19 UK Lockdown restrictions were eased further
Just by Maidensgrove common Henley on Thames there is some amazing woodland.
These batch of UK lockdown photographs were taken between 15th and 19th of April
more from my lock down series of photographs taken on the 13th and 14th of April
Using a soft old vintage lens on a on a Modern camera seems pointless but when I used the Helios 44-2 lens with a Nikon Z 6 I found the results very pleasing.
The skies above are way clearer than normal, with less cars and planes polluting the air means that there is less haze and smog, making better photographs
Images from New York City. Revisited from previous trips to this great American City
Lockdown in the UK continues, this batch of photographs were taken on the 11th and 12th April 2020
If it were possible I could stand here for years and drink in this magnificent view…. with or without a camera.