I hope you enjoy my collection of photographs and I hope that you will follow my
progress as I trace Yorkshire’s rivers, from their beginnings high in the Yorkshire
Pennines, on their journey through the countryside and villages of the Yorkshire
Dales and on into the North Sea.
I regularly add images to the galleries so please check frequently for updates.
My interest in photography spans more than 30 years and was greatly inspired by the
photographs in ‘James Herriot’s Yorkshire’ taken by photographer Derry Brabbs. I
also admire the work of the Victorian photographer Frank Meadow Sutcliffe.
I use an Olympus E5 camera with lenses ranging from 12mm to 200mm (24mm to 400mm
in 35mm terms). I invariably use a tripod and carry a series of Lee graduated ND
filters and a polarizing filter.