I am lucky to live within the beautiful county of Yorkshire, and to be within easy reach of the varied landscapes including the dales, moors, coastline and wolds.
Leaving WHitby harbour, in late afternoon sunshine.
Holy Cross church, Swainby
Ealry summer on the wolds, near Scampston
Wildflower meadows at Muker in the Dales
An iconic Dales barn just outside Muker
Sunbeams break through the mist in front of the temple of Piety, in Studley Royal gardens.
Studley Royal water gardens, on a misty winter morning.
Captain Cook's monument in the distance, seen from Park Nab, above the village of Kildale.
Sunsirse over the Wilton petrochemicals complex.
Pool and quarry on Cockshaw Hill, with Roseberry Topping in the distance.
Under the West Pier at Whitby - and HDR combination of several exposures.
Bluebells and beech trees on Whorl Hill, Faceby.
Cod Beck, near Sheepwash between Swainby and Osmotherly.
Afternoon sunlight on the Whitestonecliffe at Sutton Bank - on a frosty autumn day.
Daffodils in the grounds of St Mary's church in Farndale - just off the famous daffodil walk along the valley.
An isolated hawthorn tree on the limestone pavement at Twistleton Scar End.
The path through the woods on the edge of Cod Beck reservoir, near Osmotherly.
'Classic' Joe Cornish shot of Roseberry Topping from Newton Woods
Wild garlic, taken in Newton Woods beneath Roseberry Topping.
Saltburn pier, as the lights come on at sunset.
Acers are the first to show their autumn colour at Thorpe Perrow arboretum, near Bedale.
On the path between Goredale Scar and Malham Tarn, on a beautiful spring morning
A dusting of snow on All Saints' church in Hutton Rudby.
Autumn colours at Thorpe Perrow Arboretum
Roseberry Topping from the quarry on Cockshaw Hill, above Gribdale Gate.
The churchyard of St Mary's, Farndale, at daffodil time.
Daffodils at Mount Grace Priory, near Osmotherly.
Buebell vista in Newton Woods, below Roseberry Topping.
In spring the graveyard of All Saints' church in Crathorne is a mass of colour from the daffodils.
Beautiful autumnal colour in the woods above Kildale village.
Swaledale barns, on a blustery summer day.