Sorry to say that the 2015 calendar was the final edition, so I apologise to all of you who were hoping for a 2016 calendar. This is also likely to be my last year in the small shop/gallery in Keswick across the road from Fishers. semi-retirement beckons!!! (although there is a chance the existing owner may run the gallery himself and keep some of my images in stock in conjunction with other photographers images)

Watch this space!

Thank you for your custom over the years, however I will still be photographing and creating images but on a smaller scale and you should still be able to obtain images in some form – do contact me with any requirements.

Latest Products

50cm x 23cm mounted picture Sharp Edge
50cm x 23cm mounted picture Sharp Edge

A mounted picture of Sharp Edge, Blencathra, ready to fit into a 50cm x 23cm frame

Cost includes post and packing charges.

£22.00 Add to basket
Sale! large greetings cards, 1 each of 6 designs
large greetings cards, 1 each of 6 designs

2 each of 4 designs large greetings cards, with envelopes, standard mailing size.

Cost includes carriage

£9.60 £8.00 Add to basket
Derwentwater frosty grass stretched canvas 48″ x 20″
Derwentwater frosty grass stretched canvas 48″ x 20″

A stretched canvas 48″ x 20″ showing Cat Bells and Derwentwater from Crow Park with autumn colours and frosty grass.
Cost (£144 plus £25 carriage by Parcel Force 48 hour service)

Could be made smaller or even larger, please use contact form for any queries.

£169.00 Add to basket
Sale! Orienteering instructional dvd
Orienteering instructional dvd

Orienteering instructional dvd, price includes postage and packing
Part 1 is based in the school grounds, and here we learn what a map
is and how it relates to the ground. part 2 we move out into the forest where we are introduced to 5 colour maps. Vegetation and contours are mentioned briefly but the
emphasis is on line features and handrails. The use of a compass is
introduced and the course this time of yellow / orange standard where
we learn how to make route choice decisions and the importance of
keeping in contact with the map. Part 3 “Off the Beaten Track” goes into detail about compasses, taking bearings, route choice, cutting corners, aiming off, and using
different types of handrails. Part 4 “Going for Gold” investigates ways of improving performance. Race analysis methods, route and split times comparisons lead on
to goal setting. The importance of good technique is emphasised,
including orienteering flow, map reading on the move, planning
ahead and speed control.

£12.00 £6.00 Add to basket