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Folded striations of the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, photographed with pre dawn colours.
The edges of this stream and the lovely wide curve could occupy me for hours. The frozen snow-covered beaches really are magical places to spend time.
This was commended in Landscape Photographer of the Year in 2014.
A low tide leaves behind a wonderful shaped puddle mimicking the cloud overhead.
The curve of the posts of the old pier in Swanage are exaggerated by the position of the camera. By moving a little to the right the posts appear almost linear.
A well known avenue of trees at Kingston Lacey in Dorset.
The jagged curve of this jetty covered in snow looked especially attractive against the green-blue sea.
Glacial mountains are so dramatic. This range of mountains on Senja are fantastic.
The mighty force of a storm pummelling Longships Lighthouse in Cornwall.
A beech woodland in North Dorset in wonderful conditions.
The rivers and waterfalls start to spring into action with autumn rainfall.
This ledge on the Jurassic Coast is very popular with climbers but I enjoy it most early on a Winter morning.
This striking avenue of trees in North Dorset always looks incredible on misty morning, especially with a golden canopy.
I recall having to clamber high up on around of snow to put the tip of the tree against the dark mountain.
The autumnal foreground looked glorious with the Langdales towering above.
The geology on The Baltic Coast of Sweden reminded me of The Jurassic Coast in Dorset in many ways.
The waves snaking their way in and out of the crevices on the shoreline often create attractive patterns in the wash.
Picking out some trees with a long lens which were growing high upon the canyon face.
Using a long exposure to flatten out the sea for a minimalist style image works so well with nice soft light.