It quickly came to my attention that Britain's landscapes and buildings are severely overlooked and under-appreciated.
This is my life's work to correct that. And I can only do this WITH YOUR HELP. By buying prints of my photos you are directly funding the continuation of my journey around this ancient and beautiful country. If you like my work and you want me to make more, please help me and support me!
There are tens and hundreds of compositions to shoot when you're hiking around High Cup Nick, but one of the more well-known features is Nichol's Chair, a dolerite rock tower that juts out from the rest of the whin sill scarring that lines the edge of the chasm valley. See the story behind shooting and processing this photo -> http://lightsweep.co.uk/post/60081910757/nichols-chair