Twice a day the sea gives way to the road that leads you to the end of your pilgrimage, as you arrive on the Holy Island of Lndisfarne in Northumbria. The hut allows those caught in the fast moving tide to wait in safety for the tide to recede.
Having climbed for several hours into the mountains around the Dolomite region of Italy, I was stunned by the light that briefly cast its glow over these majestic mountain peaks.
These moments are so fleeting and such a joy to capture. I was walking back from a sunrise photo shoot on a freezing cold winter's morning and looked up to see him staring at me. I slowly and carefully framed my shot before he fled away.
A misty start to the day in Petworth, West Sussex. I love the layers created by the rolling landscape in the South Downs, and I was drawn to the wonderful little hole in the tree trunk.
I stood in awe as the sun washed over the Langdale Valley in Cumbria. For around 10 minutes the world was aglow with heavenly light that left me transfixed as I watched in sheer wonder at the beautiful scene below.
The harbour in the Scottish Hebridean Island of Tiree features a wonderful shipwreck that emerges as the tide recedes. It's gradually disappearing as the sea crashes against it day and night.