Diminutive - Lone Tree, Lake Buttermere, Lake District, UK.
Landing Stage - Jetty at Glenridding, Lake Ullswater, Lake District, UK.
South Stack Light - South Stack Lighthouse, Anglesey, North Wales.
Heading Out - The iconic Forth Rail Bridge, and a departing Ferry Boat, on a misty morning, South Queensferry, Scotland.
Llyn Padam - Lone Tree at Llyn Padam, Llanberris, North Wales.
Standing Stones - The Castlerigg Stone Circle, Nr Keswick, Lake District, UK.
Standing Stones II - Castlerigg Stone Circle, Nr Keswick, Lake District, UK.
Another Place - Crosby sands, and the Antony Gormley statue, a long exposure image, shot at dusk, Crosby, Merseyside, UK.
iIIi - The disused West Pier at Brighton, a Long Exposure image, shot at dawn break, Brighton, UK.
Poles Apart - Disused Jetty, Penrhyn Bay, North Wales, UK.
Into the Light - The Falkirk Wheel at Night. This image was commended in the 2016 Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year Competition, and is also in the awards book 'Landscape Photographer of the Year Collection 10'.
Forth Bridge Reflections - The iconic Forth Rail Bridge, a Long Exposure image, shot at dawn break, Hawes Pier, South Queensferry, Scotland.
Heading North - A Northbound train, dwarfed by the iconic Forth Rail Bridge, on a misty morning.
Boardwalk - Whitby Harbour, North Yorkshire, UK
Forth Bridge - An image of the Forth Rail Bridge, shot at night, from Dalmany Railway Station.
Come Dancing - Bandstand, Brighton, UK, and a young couple giving it strictly ballroom, they get a 10 from Len :)
Another Place - One of the Antony Gormley Statues, at Crosby Sands, Merseyside.
Ribblehead Viaduct - The amazing Ribblehead Viaduct, on the Settle to Carlisle Railway, North Yorkshire, UK.
Humber Reflections - The amazing Humber Bridge, Reflected in the Early Morning Light, Nr Hull, East Yorkshire.
Northbound Train - Aberdeen bound express crossing the iconic Forth Rail Bridge, on a misty evening, South Queensferry, Scotland,
Quuens Park Bridge - City of Chester, Cheshire, UK.
Pulteney Bridge/River Avon - Bath, Somerset, UK.
Forth Crossing Reflections - A panoramic image of all three bridges crossing the Firth of Forth, from the right The Forth Rail Bridge (opened 1890), The Forth Road Bridge (opened 1964) and the Queensferry Crossing (to open in 2017).
V - Humber Bridge, a Long Exposure image of the Humber Bridge, on a misty morning, Hull, East Yorkshire.
Last light at Ribblehead - The stunning Ribblehead Viaduct, North Yorkshire, UK, a LE image, shot at dusk.
Making Tracks - Rail Lines in the mist, Delamere Forest, Delamere, Cheshire, UK.
Humber Bridge - An image of the Humber Bridge, Nr Hull, North Yorkshire.
O2 - An image of the O2 Arena, at North Greenwich, London, a LE image, shot at dusk.
Lyme Park - An image of the main House at Lyme Park, Ne Disley, North Cheshire, reflected in the lake.
Pine Forest - Pine Trees in the mist, Delamere Forest, Delamere, Cheshire, UK.
Forth Bridge - The Forth Rail Bridge, a LE image, shot at dawn break, for South Queensferry, Scotland, UK.
Lindisfarne/Holy Island - Lindisfarne Castle and boat shed's, Holy Island, Northumbria, UK.
Hockney - Homage to David Hockney, Swimming Pool Long Exposure, Llandudno, Wales, UK.
Queens Park Bridge - River Dee, City of Chester, Cheshire, UK
Ribblehead - The railway viaduct at Ribblehead, North Yorkshire, UK.
Chirk Aquaduct/Viaduct - The Aquaduct/Viaduct at Chirk, on the England/Wales border.
The stunning Railway Viaduct at Ribblehead, on the Settle to Carlisle Railway line. The Viaduct is in a very remote location, and surrounded by mountains (Ingleborough is to the left in the clouds),it really is some fantastic place. The bridge was completed in 1874 for the Midland Railway route from London to Scotland, and is built from the Limestone that surrounds it, a wonderful structure, and a testament to Victorian Railway Engineering, and to the men that built it, many of who lost their lives.
Holy Island Fishing Boat - Holy Island and Lindisfarne Castle, and one of the old fishing boats in the harbour.
Ribblehead Viaduct - The stunning viaduct at Ribblehead, on the Settle to Carlisle line. Completed in 1874, and build from the Limestone that surrounds it, a wonderful structure, and a testament to Victorian Railway Engineering.