These images are my personal favourites and some of my best work.
Cromer pier.
Synchronised Snapping, a London photo tour on bikes.
Happisburgh under Orion. A North Norfolk landmark lighthouse under a night sky.
Horsey Mill at Night.
Horsey Mill on a frosty morning.
"All quiet on the river" Sunset on the river Thurne in the Norfolk Broads. Accepted into the Landscape Photographer of the Year Collection 9.
The river Soar at Stamford on Soar. This image was used as a cover photo on the BBC Countryfile Magazine.
"The jagged edge #2." Rocks at Kimmeridge.
"The Fleet at Moorings." Sunrise and high tide coincide at Thornham creek. This image is the cover of my book "So you want to be a Landscape Photographer."
Thornham Stumps at high tide. 
This was probably my eighth visit to this location to capture a co-incidence of High Tide and a calm dawn.

"Just the two of us." Man and dog enjoy a perfect moment. The sky really was this colour.

The BBC Centre and Media City at Salford Quays.
"Ripples in time." 
Liverpool waterfront including the Three Graces, Liverpool Museum and The Mann Island building.
"A worms eye view."
The Selfridges building reflected in a puddle.
Panoramic view of Teesside industrial area. The master file is over 27,000 pixels wide.
A Sun-dog over Mow Creek at Brancaster Staithe.
"The closed gate." A meadow in Swithland Woods, Leicestershire, photographed in infrared.
"Death on the beach."
Towanroath Shaft Pumping Engine House at Wheal Coates tin mine.
"A slice of sunshine." A small dog has found a warm place in a shaft of sunlight.
"The Wannabes." Inquisitive young beasts at a gate.
Beach huts at Southwold.
Dawn at Southwold.
Dawn at Southwold #2
Fishing boat on the beach at Aldeburgh.
"A fine end to the day." Boats in the creek at Burnham Overy Staithe.
Corn, copse, clouds #2. Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk.
"Three Bridges." Last light on the Ashby canal.
"Bejewelled." A cobweb decorated with water drops.
Bench and tree.  Market Bosworth.
"Time's Up" Dandelions in a National Forest plantation.
"The Endless Task." Trentham Gardens.
Interior of St. Peter and St. Paul church in Lavenham a Grade I listed parish church. 
The font and much of the church date from the 14th Century.
The Chuchyard at East Bergholt. Within the churchyard are the Constable family tomb 
and the grave of Willy Lott, former owner of the cottage in Constable's painting The Hay Wain.
Willy Lott's Cottage at Flatford was featured in The Hay Wain, a painting by John Constable.
A misty start to the day over Suffolk fields.
Low tide at Pin Mill in Suffolk as an early morning mist rolls in.
Sailing an uncertain sea.
Mists of time under Southwold pier.
Crepuscular rays form over the marshes at Thornham, Norfolk at sunrise.
"The grey room."
Inside the room is grey and depressing; escape to the outside where there  is light, the landscape, travel and freedom.
Sweet Pea Pastel.
The Selfie.
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