My photographs aim to encourage an emotional response from the viewer
based on the silent exchange between viewer and landscape.
My wedding images take on a more contempory feel to them but also incorporate
the excitement and drama of that special day.
Nestling in Upper Teesdale, County Durahm is the delightful waterfall known as Gibson’s Cave.
It can be accessed from the Bowlees Visitor centre and is a beautiful place to visit.
This shot was taken very early one morning with a relatively slow exposure to give the flow of water
that “milky" appearance. Technical: Canon 5 D Mk3, 70-300 3.5-5.6 Lens, Lee Poloriser and a
4 second exposure