Green Hill Open exhibition 2022

Today (7th April) the Moretonhampstead-based Green Hill Gallery on Dartmoor has been able to launch its popular Open exhibition once more, in conjunction with Devon Life magazine, and I am delighted to again have had one of my multiple exposure images selected. I took a trip to the gallery this morning and at 11am it… Continue reading Green Hill Open exhibition 2022

Autumn 2021, Dunsford Wood

The pandemic lockdown and our house move in November last year (with all that entails) prevented me from visiting Dunsford Wood for a couple of years – probably the longest I’ve stayed away. But now, happily, it’s only a 20 minute drive from our house, so I’ll be walking its paths much more often. I’m… Continue reading Autumn 2021, Dunsford Wood

On the rocks from Bridford

Heltor to Blackingstone Rock

I’ve grown very fond of the landscape around Bridford, on the eastern boundary of Dartmoor, but it’s been several years since my last visit to Heltor Rock, just west of the village. Until recently, though, I had never visited Blackingstone Rock, a mile to the south of Heltor. A couple of weeks ago I looked… Continue reading On the rocks from Bridford

Stay misty for me

Merrivale late-9

Back in May this year I decided that I needed to hand make a second photobook. It had to be photographed, printed, written, cut, hand stitched and bound by yours truly. (We won’t talk about the first photobook because that was just me practising.) I was keen to make some of Dartmoor’s archaeological artefacts the… Continue reading Stay misty for me