Saturday, 7 August 2021

Display Change in Gallery in the Gardens Buxton

I changed my display yesterday in Gallery in the Gardens in Pavilion Gardens Buxton. Several new hand-printed darkroom silver gelatin pictures as well as lots of small mounted darkroom prints at £5 and £15. I'm still being very cautious because of Covid-19 so it's been a long time since it was last updated, it was pleasing to do it at last! 

Tuesday, 9 February 2021

Glasgow to Cape Wrath Trek Diary and Photos

I have pulled together a new gallery web page for the trek I did from Glasgow to Cape Wrath in Scotland over 3 Summers 2003-2005 with friends. Lots of black and white photos and maps of the route.

Here's the link:

Monday, 4 January 2021

Swiss Alpine Pass Route

The Swiss Alpine Pass Route runs for 200 miles  between Sargans and Montreux over 18 mountain passes. It is also called the Via Alpina 1 for the part between Sargans and Lenk.

My wife Jan and I walked it with 3 friends in two 8 day sections, the first from Grindelwald to Montreux in 2006 and the second in 2013 from Sargans to Grindelwald. Both trips were in Late August/early September.

I wrote daily blog posts at the time and have combined these, illustrated with mobile phone pictures as well as the black and white photographs that I took on my Mamiya film cameras. There's lots of other information there as well.

Here is the link to the new web page: Swiss Alpine Pass Route

Thursday, 9 July 2020

Northumberland Coast Path Trek

Jan and I walked the Northumberland Coast Path in May 2019. It runs from near Ellington in the south to Berwick upon Tweed in the north and we took 6 days to walk the 75 miles.

I posted a series of blog posts at the time but I've pulled them all into one document and added a few more photos. 

Here's the link:

3 Peaks Dales Way Trek

I've created a web page from the log and photos that I took on a trek that I did with good friend Al from Gloucester in 2019. 

The trek was based on the Dales Way but between Kettlewell and Dent I diverted us over Pen y Ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. 

You may have seen some of them on my blog posts at the time but I've added some new ones too. Here's the link: