Westmorland

Ever been so connected to a place it wrenches your very being to leave it? Westmorland owns my heart and soul. It's an often paradoxical place of busy tourist destinations, desolate moors, mysterious lakes, endless woods and stunning mountains. Endless space with dramatic, often harsh landscapes compete with the idyllic almost cliched scenery beloved by Wordsworth and Potter. I was born in this place of border reivers, wildness and aching beauty. The hurt from leaving her is only mended when I step foot on her soil once more and breathe in the clear, clean, often cold air and I know I'm home once more...

Last light
Arnside II
Catbells
Distant moors
Orrest Head VI
Chocolate sheep
Derwentwater III
Wool Fence

Wool Fence

Sandside Sunset II

Sandside Sunset II

Winter at Castlerigg

Winter at Castlerigg

Where Borders Meet

Where Borders Meet

Arnside I

Arnside I

Cautley Spout

Cautley Spout

The Moors

The Moors

Coniston II

Coniston II

Catbells

Catbells

After the Storm

After the Storm

Uldale Falls

Uldale Falls

Sandside Sunset III

Sandside Sunset III

The River Rothay
Sandside IV
Castlerigg Dawn
High Fells
Windermere Mist
The View from Orrest Head
The Coffin Walk
Elterwater
Rydal Rainbows
Storm on Morecambe Bay
Millers Stream
Kirkstone Pass
Kirkby Stephen
Skiddaw
Elterwater
Crosby Fells
The Bridge at Cautley
Howgill Green
Fell pony
Orrest Head III
The Island

Two lambs

Two lambs