The Outer Hebrides consists of a number of islands off the north-west coast of Scotland and contains some of the most spectacular beaches in the world. The scenery is diverse and interesting with mountains, moorland, inland and sea lochs as well as some of the oldest megaliths and standing stones in the world. Enjoy photographs of Lewis, Harris, The Uists and Barra as well as some of the smaller islands.
The West Coast is, perhaps, the most beautiful part of Scotland with varied seascapes, dramatic mountains and, of course, easy access to the magnificent Isle of Skye home to the finest mountain scenery in the British Isles. Present galleries here include Skye and the moody Glencoe along with selected locations on the approaches to those wonderful places. These photographs will inspire you to visit Scotland's West Coast.
Yorkshire is famed for its moors and dales but also has a stunning coastline with typical 'seaside towns' like Whitby and Saltburn together with stunning villages nestled in ravines that lead down to the sea. The red pantiles used on the houses in these villages make the area look more like Italy than Yorkshire. A fabulous place to visit.
I don't often get the chance to go down to London but recently had a day there and decided to pay a visit to the Zoo for the first time in almost 25 years to get some photos of my favourite animals. Afterwards I had a pleasant late afternoon stroll through Regent's Park and on to the newly revamped South Bank. Here are a few of my imprsssions of that afternoon.
Some beautiful birds of prey photographed at the National Birds of Prey centre in Gloucestershire