Fed up to the teeth after yet another soaking summer, on the evening of my Masterclass deadline I decided to take my dark cloud with me onto Moordivock. It’s an atmospheric area of rough open fell-side a short...
I’ve never really got photographing steam trains. A trip on one, just maybe, and I enjoy in my clueless way the sight, sound and whiff of one spotted chugging through the countryside. But the idea of joining one...
July and August aren’t my favourite months in the Lake District. The earlier fresh and variegated greens of spring have darkened and become dull, and the uniform green of the bracken does nothing to perk up the uniformity...
When I was a young child on our dairy farm in Herefordshire I would lie in bed fascinated by a picture on my bedroom wall. It was a panoramic image, a painting but with a photographic realism, showing a Red...
As I sit at my desk and write this in the second week of May I am trying not to hear the howling gale outside which has been going on for hours, blasting off twigs and shredding new leaves which...
My assignment this month took me right to the Yorkshire border in wild country above Mallerstang. For some while I had thought I should, in the spirit of a pilgrimage, climb to the source of the River Eden. I knew...
Other Masterclass Articles
- All Masterclasses
- Ullswater Colour
- Ashgill, near Garrigill
- Stag versus ram
- Flower borders
- Midsummer in Mallerstang
- Humphrey Head
- Wordsworth’s daffodils, Glencoyne, Ullswater
- Roosting Starlings
- Rain and Snow
- Kirkandrews on Esk
- Bonfire Night
- Autumn Colour
- Moordivock - Stormy Weather
- Steam Train on the Settle to Carlisle line
- Loughrigg Tarn