A selection of black and white photographs taken during recent years.
Located on the southern side of Iceland, Seljalandsfoss is one of the most visited watefalls on the island measuring in at nearly 200ft.
The bridge at Belhaven Bay on the East Coast of Scotland at high tide.
A row of trees standing in the snow with shadows from the morning sun.
The steps at North Berwick leading you down into the north sea.
The start of the thaw on a winters day in Bridge of Weir.
Broadhaven Bay #1
The jetty at Broadhaven Bay near St Abbs.
Southwold Pier #2
The solid structure of Southwold Pier standing tall and proud along the shingle beach.
A Foggy Frosted Path
The frosted path in the Gorbals Rose Garden on a foggy December's day.
To the Lighthouse
Down at the waters edge, the tide coming in and the waves against the rocks. Turnberry Lighthouse standing in the sun with Ailsa Craig in the distance.
Big Ben standing tall beside the Palace of Westminster and Westminster Bridge.
Parallel to the PIer
A wave breaker in Southwold protecting the shingle beach against the power of the mighty North Sea.
Beacon of Light
The waves splashing against the rocks beside Southwold Pier.
Two of the Three Sisters in Glencoe.
Southwold Pier #1
The solid structure of Southwold Pier standing tall and proud.
Derwent Pier with the snow capped hills of The Lakes in the distance. Derwentwater peaceful and still on a wintery day.
Frozen in Motion
The groins at Lindisfarne Castle on the Holy Isle reaching up to the clouds, capturing a moment in time.
With the roof beginning to fall away at one end, this derelict cottage stands alone, Suilven keeping it company in distance.
The sun breaking through the clouds onto Loch Ard, the light on the water changing as the sky shifts.
Taken on Liberty Island looking back towards Manhattan.