This section of the website is dedicated to photos of Britain with its wide range of image galleries displaying pictures of coastal and rural landscapes, cities, towns and picturesque villages, unique country pubs, historic castles, rivers, stunning gardens and wild birds in England, Scotland and Wales.
Additional categories showing Britain’s wildflowers, animals, lakes and remote highland lochs, will be added in the coming weeks . I hope that you’ll come back again soon to see the latest photos of Britain – and I’m sure that you won’t be disappointed with what you discover, both now and in the future, as this site continues to evolve.
As you will have discovered if you’ve visited the original section of this site that features photos of Australia, I’ve been a photographer for some 30 years, with my images, together with my written work as a journalist and travel writer, having been published in books, newspapers and magazines in many countries, including Australia, the USA, Canada, Britain and New Zealand. My photos have also been used on advertising and packaging material, on calendars, on web sites, in television programmes, and in my book ‘Australian Wildlife On Your Doorstep,’ which was released in 2019 by New Holland Publishers.
If you’re unable to find the image that you are looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact me to enquire about other photos that may be available.
I pride myself not only on the quality of my work but also on the efficient service that I provide to business clients, to publishers and to private individuals who purchase my images, and I guarantee a prompt response to every enquiry.
I hope you’ll enjoy everything you see and read on this extensive site, and I look forward to hearing from you, but if you discover errors relating to the creation of this website, and I’m sure you will, please remember that I’m a photographer and a writer, not a computer nerd, so while I’m happy to accept any constructive criticism, please show a little sympathy for someone who’d prefer to be in the great outdoors rather than working on a computer – and don’t be too savage with your comments.