Oliver's castle is an iron age hill fort, more properly called Bromham hill fort. The name Oliver is associated with the Battle of Roundway when Sir Willam Waller's 2500 cavalry camped nearby for three nights. The gullies down which Parliamentary cavalry met their deaths are seen in the foreground. Camera: Hasselblad 503cx Film: Rollei Retro 80S
Derelict Cornish Tin Mine pinhole photograph Camera: Zero Image 6x9. Film: Fuji Acros 100
Durdle Door, Dorset. Camera: Zero Image 69 Pinhole Camera Film: Fuji Acros 100
Woodland path, Castle Combe, Wiltshire. Camera: Hasselblad Film: HP5
Breakwater lights. Whitby, Yorkshire. Pinhole photograph Camera: Zero Image 69 Film: Fuji Acros 100
Terracotta Pot Hasselblad 503cx Kodak Portra 400
A 'Jack and Jill' Herringbone pattern dry stone wall, Cornwall. I was struck by the pattern of the stones, and also how even in a dry stone wall, nature finds a place for plants to grow. Camera: Mamiya C330 Film: Rollei Retro 80s
Bide Brook Ford and Packhorse Bridge, Lacock, Wiltshire Camera: Hasselblad Film: Ilford HP5
Pinhole photograph of 'The Tolkien Tree' Avebury, Wiltshire. Camera: Zero Image 69. Film: Fuji Acros 100
Limestone Pavement - Malham Cove, Yorkshire. Camera: Bronica ETRS Film: Velvia 50 (mono conversion)
Tower Bridge & City of London Camera: Zero Image 69 Film: Fuji Acros 100
Silbury Hill, Infrared Photograph
The Millennium Bridge, London, with a view of St Paul's Cathedral and the City of London. From the South Bank, using my panoramic pinhole camera, it was possible to capture an amazing 141 degree angle of view across the river. A 27 second exposure smoothed out the waves on the river, and rendered a passing Water Taxi invisible! RealitySoSubtle 6x17 pinhole camera. Fuji Acros100 film.
Known as ‘Britain’s oldest road’, the Ridgeway follows a route from its start in Avebury along a ridge of chalk hills for 87 miles to reach Ivinghoe Beacon lying to the northwest of London. Camera: Mamiya C330f Film: Ilford Delta 100
A close-up of a Chrysanthemum taken with a Hasselblad 503cx medium format camera. Film: Kodak Portra (converted to mono)
'Trees in the mist' - Easton Grey, Wiltshire. Camera: Bronica ETRS Film: Ilford FP4
The 199 steps, known as the Church Stairs, lead from the Old Town up to St. Mary's Churchyard. Camera: Mamiya C330f
Purton Hulks 'Rockby'. Buit in 1890, the Stroudwater Barge 'ROCKBY' was beached in 1946 to reinforce the river bank. Taken using traditional film, this photograph shows the texture of the weathered wood.
Wooden schooner; 'Sally of London'. Known as 'The Purton Hulks' dozens of old ships and barges were deliberately beached to counter river bank erosion and to protect the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal.