The Best of 2020

Twenty images from 2020

Firstly let me thank you all for following my work during 2020. It was a difficult year for us all. It seems that 2021 has also got off to a testing beginning.

Over the last couple of days I have been working on new ideas and projects and it included looking back at some of my photographs from 2020. Despite the lockdowns that we had to incur I was rather pleased with the selection of images that I added to my portfolio.

Here are the best 20 from the past twelve months. They may not be the best images for quality but to me they have special memories. Instead of getting down with the situation I made the effort to get out and explore my local area. I am lucky to have such good subject matter right on my doorstep.

As with all of my work the images are available as prints or for use under license commercially or for editorial purposes. Just contact me via email for information. I am now able to supply prints of these images so if there is a photograph that you would like to have framed up on your wall then just get in touch. I have big plans for the website in the coming weeks so please do bear with me as these changes take place.

Just click on the images to view them in a light box.

If you missed this whole series of photograph albums you may view them via this link: The Best of December 2020

Thank you for reading.


  1. Not sure how I view images, eclectic perhaps but I always know that for me, some stand out more than others and in no particular order unlessed forced later.. The English country garden is very chocolate box?? kind of way. I’ve an agricultural background so your Massey Ferguson under snow grabbed me immediately. I love both of your Swaledale sheep images and also the frosty sunrise at Eggleston Abbey. My final wow factor is probably Lingmoor Fell because of by love of all things Wainwright/Cumbrian. The other are good but for me the images mentioned stand out.

    Hope your well,


    • Hi Graham.
      Yes, different images mean so much to various people. The cottage garden is, as you say very chocolate box but attractive with it. The tups on Kisdon was one of those times where I will recall the event, I was just up on the hill, the tups approached and I took the shot. Moments later the farmer happened to arrive on the scene and we had a good chat about mutual friends. As for the Lingmoor Fell one, a real bonus at the end of what was rather a flat day-weatherwise. A typical day out in Cumbria 🙂 Thanks for taking time to look and comment. It is appreciated.

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