My work is displayed in galleries and sub-galleries to show it in the context of similar work. 'Similar' is a very loose connection which simply provides a way to not load every image into one big gallery. Several of the (sub)galleries are simply the output from particular photography trips whilst others are described by their short title.
|My "On Bredon Hill - 2016" photography project is now complete.||New work will appear here until it is superceded by more new work. These images also appear permanently in their home gallery or galleries.||A two week family holiday in Namibia provided a wealth of picture making opportunities ...|
|Photographs from two visits, one in 2004 (wet and windy) and in October 2015 (mostly calm, dry, sunny and some great clouds).||I manage to visit the USA most years for a photo trip. My work here is almost wholly landscape and represents visits over the last 16 years or so.||A recent visit to The English Lake District yielded a few photographs. These are my first from the area for many years.|
|There are just too many photographs of London - but it's irresistible.||Photographs from two regions of Italy, Umbria and Puglia, taken on two separate visits.||
Chastleton House is over 400 years old and has changed little during that time. This gallery contains images from throughout the house.
|The 13 mile stretch of coastline between Ogmore-by-Sea to Aberthaw powerstation reveals its remarkable sedimentary makeup. It's a challenge to represent its beauty.||Black and white photographs from my Cotswold Way Blog - "Chipping Campden to Bath and back - 204 miles with my 5x4 view camera".||I'm photo-hiking the Thames Path - photos are on a separate blog - linked here.|
|I've started a new photo blog for a project photographing the Malvern Hills. The images won't be displayed here in the Virtually Grey Gallery - they are linked here.||Images found whilst hiking the 30 miles and 58 locks of the Worcester Birmingham Canal; there and back. This is 'work in progress'.||Our green and pleasant land is an infinitely rich place for a photographer. These images are mainly landscapes that don't fit in other galleries.|
|Cathedrals and churches have provided me with wonderful photographic subjects. The challenge is to capture the often vast range of subject brightness - and represent it naturally.||I often spend a day or two with my camera in the beautiful scenery of Wales. This is a selection of images from the country, mainly landscapes taken over the last 15 years.||The west of Ireland is a wonderful and friendly place which offers so much to photograph. These images are from a 10-day visit in 2006.|
|I recently discovered the potential for photography in some of our ancient Tithe Barns. Other building photographs are here too.||The beautiful shapes and patterns in nature can easily distract me from photographing landscape. The selection here includes some images taken indoors.||The start of a new portfolio of Clouds and Skies in digital colour.|
|Images that don't fit my other portfolios. They may be the start of a new portfolio.|