It was a good month for photography. Nature during the month of October usually puts on a good display of colour seemingly to celebrate the changing of the seasons before the drab tones of winter.
Most of the month for me was spent working in Teesdale with a couple of forays into the Lake District and the Yorkshire dales.
As I write this the country is back into lockdown and I am reluctant to travel too far. But as with the pervious restrictions, I enjoy the challenge of exploring and capturing the local area.
In this selection of images you will see the variety of subject matter that came into the focus of my camera. From glorious evening light in Little Langdale to a pair of Buzzards having a territorial dispute over the Lunedale valley.
As with all of my work the images are available as prints or for use under license commercially or for editorial purposes. Just contact me via email for information. I am now able to supply prints of these images so if there is a photograph that you would like to have framed up on your wall then just get in touch. I will be updating my catalogues of work shortly on this website.
Just click on the images to view them in a light box
It’s not too late to order a copy of my Teesdale 2021 calendar which has proved to be very popular. There are now only a few copies left for sale. It helps to raise funds for a local Teesdale Charity. To find out more and perhaps even order a copy click here.