Snowy Scenes in Sussex

We had a layering of snow this week over Sussex, mainly on the higher grounds and I ventured into Ashdown Forest to capture a few photos as I was passing through anyway. Sun was out, and it really made the trees glisten. Expecting more so hopefully more images can be captured.


Snow over Sussex

The Beast from the East graced us in February to give a nice layering of snow over the more higher grounds in Sussex. Heading back from a job in Southampton, I bypassed Ditchling Beacon to snap a few shots

Ditchling Beacon Snow

Looking over the Sussex Weald covered in Snow

Jill Windmill Aerial Filming

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South Downs National Park

I was commissioned by the South Downs National Park SDNPA recently to get images for their Autumn Campaign which is to get people out of cars and onto public transport and then walk or cycle the sites of South Downs. Took me from Eastbourne to Hampshire, It was a fantastic project and something I would love…


South Downs Wheat Fields

Around sunrise and sunset usually produces the best light especially when it comes to landscape photography, but broken clouds in the middle of the day can cast some interesting shadows, especially over fields and hills. They can bring out different shapes and textures of the land and the below images are an example of this.…


Poppy Fields in Sussex

Poppies are always a spectacular sight, especially for Landscape photographers, this year has been no acception with a usual haunt for Poppies in Falmer near the AMEX stadium. I bypassed these fields on my way to Brighton recently, and it certainly was spectacular. Also I dont think I have ever seen it so busy there,…


Bluebells in Sussex

Its that time of year again for Bluebells. I missed them last year but have recently popped to my favourite haunt to grab a few shots.

A gallery of bluebells are available to purchase as a print or canvas here

The Slanted Tree

This one is an interesting composition, looking across from Devils Dyke this tree next to a road was slanted. But composing the tree upright in the frame gave a very interesting perspective of diagonal lines from the fields and the road in the image. One I shall return too to get a slightly wider field…


Rough Seas in Brighton

I was briefly in Brighton today, so headed down to the seafront for a little walkabout. The weather was dia, but sometimes can make for some interesting photos. The camera and lens was quickly getting coked in water spray (OMD is weather sealed, but lens isnt), but managed an interesting wave with the Brighton Pier…