Taken at the top of one of the towers of Conwy Castle, North Wales.
The use of a neutral density filter here produced an exposure time of around one minute, which smoothed out the water and accentuated the blue of the sky reflecting on the water.
A long exposure as the sun goes down at Wyscombe Beach on the south coast of Devon.
Warm evening light hitting the rocks at Westcombe Beach.
It was a bit scary climbing up the rocks in the dark before sunrise to get into position and hearing the waves crashing below. The sun was a welcome sight!
A long exposure at Meldon Reservoir. I call this serenity as I had the place to myself and had a rare relaxing and calm evening.
I love Wyscombe Beach, it's a great location but a pig of a walk to get to! This is a long exposure taken in the blue hour.
This lone fungi caught my eye, standing out from the red autumn leaf litter on the woodland floor.
Sunset at Emsworthy Rocks, Dartmoor. This photo was used on the front cover of the book Dartmoor: Into the Wilderness by Michelle Dibb.
A star trail around the Dart Daymark. Star trails are created by long exposures as the Earth rotates on its axis. The daymark was lit up with a flash.
I travelled up to Haytor to photograph the sunset but instead caught sight of this flock of Golden Plovers circling around the area and managed to capture them with the tor in the background as the low sun illuminated their wing tips.