2013 Photo Display in Grasmere
A walk around Buttermere
The Mining Hut
Coniston Old Man
Loughrigg Fell from Rydal
Haystacks and the High Stile Ridge
Great Gable From Honister Slate Mine
Helvellyn via Striding Edge
Archive for July, 2011
I’ve recently supplied my largest framed print. As seen here with my son Lewis for scale, this Wastwater Panoramic Print was chosen by the new owners of Irton Hall for inclusion in the newly refurbished Hotel. More details on the installation and Irton Hall to follow.
The print alone measures 48 x 16 inches the final framed print is more like a domestic house door in size. Check out this quick iPhone picture to show scale.
New Pictures coming soon from a glorious weekend. Where do you think, this shot above was taken?
Hit the title above to see the image and leave your guess in the comments section…..
I’ve just heard that my Photograph of Buttermere has been shortlisted in the Take a View – Landscape Photographer of the year 2011 competition. Fingers crossed for the final judging later this year. Here you can see more details regards this Lake District Landscape Photograph.
Coniston Old Man is probably one of the most famous Lake District fells. It dominates the South Lakes and the picturesque village of Coniston.
Visible from all around the South Lakes Coniston Old Man and it’s close neighbours provide a decent collection of interesting fells that make Coniston such a good base for walkers.
My smallest framed print size is currently A4 in size. Although it’s not that small when framed, as shown here. The final item measures 485mm x 380mm or 19″ x 15″. The printed area is the same size as a regular letter. You can order any of my prints at this size for £60 plus insured postage in the UK. The picture in this frame is a long exposure capture on river Etive in front of Buchaille Etive Mor on Glencoe in Scotland.
My friends at Fix the Fells have recently asked me to be a judge on their first ever photography competition. There’s a fantastic camera up for grabs and the chance to get your name in print and it’s easy to enter online.
You can find out more about the competition and how to enter by visiting the Fix the Fells website. http://www.fixthefells.co.uk/index/clickthefellscontest.htm