Start Point Lighthouse during the Bluehour

Start Point Lighthouse during the Bluehour

A Panoramic picture of Start point lighthouse in the South Hams of Devon, I stayed overnight at this location and was lucky enough to get a nice sunset and sunrise in, it's a lovely place and one which I will be sure to visit again.

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Church with a view - Brentor

Church with a view - Brentor

Brentor church lies on this epic sub-sea lava eruption cliff, and lies close to Tavistock on the Dartmoor national park, the cliff edge gives this epic composition looking along the leading lines up to the church

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High contrast at Bude beach

High contrast at Bude beach

The rugged North coast of Cornwall is a stunning spot littered with beaches, coves and rugged moorland, I have tried to capture the power of the sea with the smoothed and rounded rocks contrasting the sharp headlands in the distance. 

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Botallack mines

Botallack mines

The Crown mine at Botallack on the Southern tip of Cornwall ly in this epic composition hugging the rugged coastline, his image was shot around an overcast sunset, giving this pink hue to the clouds.

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Durdles Door

Durdles Door

The epic Durdle's door on the Jurassic coast in Dorset, This image was taken shortly after sunrise, amazingly even though it was very cloudy the sky still lit up this lovely vibrant colour.

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Haytor Panoramic

Haytor Panoramic

Haytor from Rippen Tor during the day the Beast from the East hit the UK

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Bantham beach

Bantham beach

This shot was captured on the beautiful Bantham beach in South Devon during a lovely sunset, camera sat on some rocks and a long exposure created this dream like scene.

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The Daymark with a dusting of snow

The Daymark with a dusting of snow

The unique navigational aid in Kingswear Devon, The Kingswear Daymark was built in 1864 by the Dartmouth Harbour Commissioners to safely guide boats into the harbour mouth.

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Towanroath mine shaft

Towanroath mine shaft

The Towanroath mine shaft at Wheal Coates, on the St Agnes coastline in Cornwall, gives this epic composition with the beautiful rugged Cornish coastline, a deff revisit for the summer when the heather should be in full bloom, this overcast sky caught all of the epic light from the sunrise giving this moody scene..

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Botallack mine

Botallack mine

The Crown mine at Botallack on the Southern tip of Cornwall ly in this epic composition hugging the rugged coastline, his image was shot around an overcast sunset, giving this pink hue to the clouds.

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Bonehill rocks by Widecombe in Devon

Bonehill rocks by Widecombe in Devon

I shot this scene a little earlier than I usually do, quite a bit of time before sunset, however it gave me great dappled light across the foreground giving this almost unreal image, I love the composition here and will be heading back during sunrise when I get the time.

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That tree at Holwell lawn on Dartmoor

That tree at Holwell lawn on Dartmoor

The unique Holwell lawn on the Dartmoor national park, sports this unique Hawthorn tree that appears to grow straight out the torr. Here the tree sits among the snow from the Beast from the East that hit the UK in 2018

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That lone tree

That lone tree

The unique Holwell lawn on the Dartmoor national park, sports this unique Hawthorn tree that appears to grow straight out the torr.

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The unique shapes at Westcombe bay

The unique shapes at Westcombe bay

This was a late visit to Westcombe bay to catch the sunset and it resulted in a great image due to the low tide allowing the rocks to appear from the ocean.

This is a site I will be revisiting in the near future for a few more compositions. 

Wheal Betsy

Wheal Betsy

The old silver-lead mine of Wheal Betsy lies close to Oakhampton on the Dartmoor national park

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Star trails at the Daymark in Kingswear

Star trails at the Daymark in Kingswear

This was my first ever successful star trails shoot, I love this location for its unique architecture and panoramic views of the sea and knew it would come out well. This image contains around 80 images taken at different times and stitched together to give around an hours worth of star movement with Polaris centred in the middle.

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Fiery sky at Great Staple Tor

Fiery sky at Great Staple Tor

I caught this stunning sunset at Great staple tor during a cloudy evening, I didn't have much hope, but around 20mins after sunset, the sky just turned this great deep red, I have been to this location so many times to capture a red sky. Finally, it happened :) 

Kennick Lake

Kennick Lake

Kennick lake on the Dartmoor National park is a stones throw from the village of Hennock and is one of 3 reservoirs, I left early on morning around 6am to get this lovely shot just before Sunrise with the fiery clouds dancing accross the sky 

Church with a view - Brentor

Church with a view - Brentor

Brentor church lies on this epic sub-sea lava eruption cliff, and lies close to Tavistock on the Dartmoor national park, the cliff edge gives this epic composition looking along the leading lines up to the church.

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Sharptor on a winters morning

Sharptor on a winters morning

It's not very common to get snow on Dartmoor and this was no different with just a day or two, sadly I didn't reach Sharptor but the light still did creating this lovely image with the deep valley in the background 

The moon sets on a pink sunrise at Bonehill rocks

The moon sets on a pink sunrise at Bonehill rocks

I caught this lovely pink hue of a sunrise whilst the full moon set behind Bonehill rocks, I love the composition here and copied it from another time I shot this scene around sunset. 

Summers breeze at Holwell lawn on Dartmoor

Summers breeze at Holwell lawn on Dartmoor

The unique Holwell lawn on the Dartmoor national park, sports this unique Hawthorn tree that appears to grow straight out the torr.

Start point lighthouse during a pink sunset

Start point lighthouse during a pink sunset

A Panoramic picture of Start point lighthouse in the South Hams of Devon, I stayed overnight at this location and was lucky enough to get a nice sunset and sunrise in, it's a lovely place and one which I will be sure to visit again.

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Haytor with a dusting of snow

Haytor with a dusting of snow

The iconic Haytor sits with a dusting of snow against the black cold road. Its pretty rare we get snow in Devon and this year we managed a dusting around Haytor, not quite enough for sledging though

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Star trails at Great Staple Tor

Star trails at Great Staple Tor

've always fancied doing a Milkyway shot at great staple tor and this Christmas I got the chance, after a 45min drive and 25min trek to the tor, which is a bit cold and eerie when its pitch black I thought star trails would work well, This image contains around 80 images stitched together to make a final image covering 40mins of star movement with Polaris positioned in the center

Towanroath mine shaft

Towanroath mine shaft

The Towanroath mine shaft at Wheal Coates, on the St Agnes coastline in Cornwall, gives this epic composition with the beautiful rugged Cornish coastline, a deff revisit for the summer when the heather should be in full bloom, this overcast sky caught all of the epic light from the sunrise giving this moody scene..

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Bowerman Nose on Dartmoor

Bowerman Nose on Dartmoor

Bowermans nose on the Dartmoor national park, legend relates that a huntsman called Bowerman lived on the moor about a thousand years ago. When chasing a hare he and his pack of dogs unwittingly ran into a coven of witches, overturned their cauldron and disrupted their ceremony. They decided to punish him, and the next time he was hunting, one of the witches turned herself into a hare, and led both Bowerman and his hounds into a mire. As a final punishment, she turned them to stone - the dogs can be seen as a jagged chain of rocks on top of Hound Tor, while the huntsman himself became the rock formation now known as Bowerman's Nose

Burgh Island at sunset

Burgh Island at sunset

Burgh island on the stunning South Hams coastline at sunset with the sea parting at low tide showing the path between Bigbury beach to the island.

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Teignmouth Boats

Teignmouth Boats

I took this shot whilst enjoying an evening meal at one of Teignmouth's great pubs, lovely view and stunning sunset.

The Daymark in Kingswear

The Daymark in Kingswear

The unique navigational aid in Kingswear Devon, The Kingswear Daymark was built in 1864 by the Dartmouth Harbour Commissioners to safely guide boats into the harbour mouth

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Start Point lighthouse during sunrise

Start Point lighthouse during sunrise

A Panoramic picture of Start point lighthouse in the South Hams of Devon, I stayed overnight at this location and was lucky enough to get a nice sunset and sunrise in, it's a lovely place and one which I will be sure to visit again.

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Emsworthy common on the Dartmoor national park

Emsworthy common on the Dartmoor national park

The amazing bluebells at Emsworthy common on Dartmoor, Emsworthy bluebells appear a bit later than the forests and this great location not far from Haytor is really worth a visit in the Spring.

Emsworthy common on the Dartmoor national park

Emsworthy common on the Dartmoor national park

The amazing bluebells at Emsworthy common on Dartmoor, Emsworthy bluebells appear a bit later than the forests and this great location not far from Haytor is really worth a visit in the Spring.

Clifton bridge

Clifton bridge

The elegant Clifton suspension bridge, which opened in 1864, was Isambard Kingdom Brunel's first and last bridge to be built, due to the project being abandoned due to financial costs, after the first tower being constructed.

Stonehenge during a sunset

Stonehenge during a sunset

The world famous Stonehenge lies just along the Roman built A303 in Wiltshire in the South West of England, This shot was taken during a stop off and a cloudy sunset on a trip to London, I plan several more stops off by this place in the future.

Haytor with a dusting of snow

Haytor with a dusting of snow

The iconic Haytor sits with a dusting of snow after the beast from the east hit the UK in 2018

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The Daymark in Kingswear

The Daymark in Kingswear

The unique navigational aid in Kingswear Devon, The Kingswear Daymark was built in 1864 by the Dartmouth Harbour Commissioners to safely guide boats into the harbour mouth

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Panorama Great Steeple Tor

Panorama Great Steeple Tor

A Panoramic picture of great staple tor a while after sunset on a clear sky, This is my favourite tor on Dartmoor and is really worth a visit, it can be found just above Merrivale quarry between Tavistock and Princetown. 
 

Snowy trees

Snowy trees

The Snowy trees of Stover

Merrivale bronze age stone rows on Dartmoor

Merrivale bronze age stone rows on Dartmoor

Dartmoor is full of ancient neolithic settlements, this is the stone rows at Merrivale which align with the summer and winter solstice. Something which seems comment in pagan settings.

Dartmoor Great Steeple Tor

Dartmoor Great Steeple Tor

Great Staple tor is my favourite tor on Dartmoor have a look at the labels on the Dartmoor brewery ales and you might recognise it, this picture shows the 3 peaks aligned with the lights of Plymouth and Saltash.

Fiery skies at windycross

Fiery skies at windycross

Windy cross on the Dartmoor national park is one of the few crosses close to water, the crosses originally acted as religious way marks, this one linked Buckfast Abbey to Tavistock Abbey

Venford Waterfall

Venford Waterfall

Venford twin waterfalls on the Dartmoor national park after a very wet and snowy Dartmoor, hence the flow was very high with the waterfalls almost blending into one..

Great Staple tor on Dartmoor

Great Staple tor on Dartmoor

Great Staple tor is my favourite tor on Dartmoor have a look at the labels on the Dartmoor brewery ales and you might recognise it

Last days of Autumn

Last days of Autumn

Autumn is my favourite time of year, amazing colours and compositions lye almost everywhere even a country lane looks amazing in the early morning light 

Merrivale bronze age stone rows on Dartmoor

Merrivale bronze age stone rows on Dartmoor

Dartmoor is full of ancient neolithic settlements, this is the stone rows at Merrivale which align with the summer and winter solstice. Something which seems comment in pagan settings.

Fiery skies over Holwell on Dartmoor

Fiery skies over Holwell on Dartmoor

The unique Holwell lawn on the Dartmoor national park, sports this unique Hawthorn tree that appears to grow straight out the torr.

If you like this image you can see others from the location or purchase it by CLICKING HERE

Bowermans nose on Dartmoor

Bowermans nose on Dartmoor

Bowermans nose on the Dartmoor national park, legend relates that a huntsman called Bowerman lived on the moor about a thousand years ago. When chasing a hare he and his pack of dogs unwittingly ran into a coven of witches, overturned their cauldron and disrupted their ceremony. They decided to punish him, and the next time he was hunting, one of the witches turned herself into a hare, and led both Bowerman and his hounds into a mire. As a final punishment, she turned them to stone - the dogs can be seen as a jagged chain of rocks on top of Hound Tor, while the huntsman himself became the rock formation now known as Bowerman's Nose

Stormy at Durdles Door

Stormy at Durdles Door

The epic Durdle's door on the Jurassic coast in Dorset, This image was taken shortly after sunrise, amazingly even though it was very cloudy the sky still lit up this lovely vibrant colour.

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Frozen lake at Stover county park

Frozen lake at Stover county park

The lake at Stover county park in Devon, when the Beast from the East and storm Emma hit the UK in 2018

6201 Princess express

6201 Princess express

Not quite a landscape shot but I love old industry, this is 6021 Princess express, quite a famous train sill in use today taking passengers on the main line from London to Penzance.

You can tell the train had just had a new load of coal since the smoke is so black, probably to due to the steep gradients of the Devon hills

The Daymark with a dusting of snow

The Daymark with a dusting of snow

The unique navigational aid in Kingswear Devon, The Kingswear Daymark was built in 1864 by the Dartmouth Harbour Commissioners to safely guide boats into the harbour mouth

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Old Harry Rocks

Old Harry Rocks

Old Harry Rocks on the Dorset coast, this shot was taken with a drone to get a unique perspective of the rocks, which were once said to have given a place for Old Harry (the Devil) to spend the night.

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Old Harry Rocks

Old Harry Rocks

Old Harry Rocks on the Dorset coast, this shot was taken with a drone to get a unique perspective of the rocks, which were once said to have given a place for Old Harry (the Devil) to spend the night.

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Star trails at Great Staple Tor

Star trails at Great Staple Tor

've always fancied doing a Milkyway shot at great staple tor and this Christmas I got the chance, after a 45min drive and 25min trek to the tor, which is a bit cold and eerie when its pitch black I thought star trails would work well, This image contains around 80 images stitched together to make a final image covering 40mins of star movement with Polaris positioned in the center

Brutus bridge in Totnes during an Autumnal morning

Brutus bridge in Totnes during an Autumnal morning

An Autumnal still morning giving a calm estuary and amazing reflecions looking down to Totnes's Brutus bridge.

Towanroath mine shaft

Towanroath mine shaft

The Towanroath mine shaft at Wheal Coates, on the St Agnes coastline in Cornwall, gives this epic composition with the beautiful rugged Cornish coastline, a deff revisit for the summer when the heather should be in full bloom, this overcast sky caught all of the epic light from the sunrise giving this moody scene..

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Autumnal Topsham bridge

Autumnal Topsham bridge

Topsham bridge in the South Hams, is a lovely composition although its hard to get it all in the frame, by moving back you and get these amazing autumnal trees in the composition,

Snowy road to Sharptor

Snowy road to Sharptor

The snowy road leading to Sharptor, on one of those rare snowy days on Dartmoor this scene unveiled itself, the icy, snowy road above Dartmeet leading to the iconic peaked Sharptor.

Great staple tor on Dartmoor in Devon

Great staple tor on Dartmoor in Devon

I caught this image during a cloudy sunset at Great staple tor during a cloudy evening, although the cloud didn't lift, the suns strong colours and hues lit up sections of the clouds to give this vibrant otherworldly image.

The road bridge by Bellever forest on Dartmoor

The road bridge by Bellever forest on Dartmoor

Bellever road bridge is a classic devon bridge, you will see many similar examples across Dartmoor, although the light was harsh in this scene, It makes for some great reflections of the bridge

Early morning hunt on the Dartmoor national park

Early morning hunt on the Dartmoor national park

I caught this Dartmoor hunt going on as I was up taking landscape photography, although not a classic landscape shot, I love the way the light is in this scene 

Hut among the trees

Hut among the trees

The view from Aish bridge in South Brent, Devon. with that hut among the tree's epic placement but bet its nosy by those falls

Wooded Chaos

Wooded Chaos

Wistmans wood on the Dartmoor national park, is a high altitude woodland consisting of mainly oaks, this area is covered with these creepy twisted tree's which have been kept small despite there size due to the cold damp condition next to the River Dart..

The Daymark with a dusting of snow

The Daymark with a dusting of snow

The unique navigational aid in Kingswear Devon, The Kingswear Daymark was built in 1864 by the Dartmouth Harbour Commissioners to safely guide boats into the harbour mouth

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Snowy hide

Snowy hide

Stovers bird hide with a layer of snow after the Beast from the East and storm Emma hit the UK in 2018

The Poppy installation at Plymouth's Hoe

The Poppy installation at Plymouth's Hoe

I had wanted to see the WW1 poppy installation at the Hoe in Plymouth for some time, Luckily I had a window the week before it disappeared!! The installation consisted of round 5000 ceramic poppies.