You’ve been on this precarious path for quite some time now. Arrow straight, seemingly endless, flanked by quiet danger. Wearily you’ve ploughed onwards, fighting off all manner of demons along the way. Finally, when it appears the darkness is lifting, that the lights ahead are real, that there’s a definite end in sight, life takes… Continue reading Blue


A big old storm christened as the ‘Beast From The East’ was rolling in fast and I had to get back across the North Yorkshire Moors and the Pennines or risk being stuck. Whilst I was trying to grab a final few images, calculating travel times and potential emergency overnighters, other hardy souls took a… Continue reading Bravehearts


Given that nobody in the UK lives more than 75 miles from the sea, I’m fairly sure it gives the British some innate, hard coded affinity with open water. When things aren’t going too well, which happens with alarming regularity, my first instinct is often to get to the coast. There’s something about the random… Continue reading Shelter


Saltburn-by-the-sea is a North Yorkshire town bursting with Victorian charm and coastal attractions, from the only remaining pier in the North East to the water-balanced cliff lift and huge, gently sloping beach. If you’re lucky (or well planned) you’ll see the cliff lift and pier below illuminated as fishermen and surfers alike make use of… Continue reading Saltburn