12Feb

Walk and Weave BlogContinue Reading

19Jul

Bare Bones over to Crossley’s PlantationContinue Reading

19Jul

Snailsden Edge again, sitting in the sun listening to the curlewsContinue Reading

19Jul

July on the South Pennine MoorsContinue Reading

19Jul

  Everyone is sharing pictures of this year’s cotton grass meadows, here’s mine.Continue Reading

22Apr

Yorkshire Dales country, hill of the winds high up the Ribble Valley, true to its name in the gloom.Continue Reading

22Apr

Pendle looms out of the haze viewed for many days, guardian of the Ribble Valley.Continue Reading

22Apr

‘walking takes all day, journeys by road eat up the earth’  Jules Pretty Black HillContinue Reading

22Apr

I’m busy working on a series of works about the Pennine Watershed, England’s backbone.  Its all based on walking the Pennine Way, England’s first long distance trail.  The trail is a tribute to England’s moorland and to the vision of Tom Stevenson and the heroes of the Kinder Trespass back in 1932.   A dream in 1935 […]Continue Reading

04Mar