• 'Angel' at Sunset
  • St Mary's Island, Whitley Bay, Northumberland
  • 'Angel of the North' at sunset
  • Painted Lady Butterfly - Vanessa Cardui
  • Tyne Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle
  • 1920 Alfa Romeo, Northumberland
  • The Falls of Dochart, Killin, Perthshire, Scotland
  • Oil Drilling rig, off Leven Bay, Scotland
  • St Monan's Windmill, St Monan's, Fife, ScotlandThe role of the windmill was to provide the power to pump sea water from tidally-fed reservoirs cut into the rocks offshore into the salt pans. Production went on round the clock and at the height of operations the salt pans employed 20 men.l
  • The Kelpies, Falkirk, Scotland - BronzeBuilt of structural steel with a stainless steel cladding, The Kelpies are 30 metres high and weigh 300 tonnes each. Construction began in June 2013
  • 'Ossian', the Barn Owl
  • 'A ride along the Quayside', Newcastle
  • Oil Drilling rigs, off Leven Bay, Scotland
  • St Monan's church, St Monan's, Fife, Scotland
  • The Kelpies, Falkirk, Scotland - GoldBuilt of structural steel with a stainless steel cladding, The Kelpies are 30 metres high and weigh 300 tonnes each. Construction began in June 2013
  • View from the High Level Bridge, Newcastle
  • Rallycross Day at CroftRallycross Day at Croft
  • 'Bridge to Nowhere’, Dunbar, ScotlandWhen the tide comes surging into shore, what should be an easy path to the beach becomes suddenly impassable. At high tide, the water swallows the land around the bridge, making it look as though it’s stranded in the middle of a sea.
  • The Kelpies, Falkirk, Scotland - BlueBuilt of structural steel with a stainless steel cladding, The Kelpies are 30 metres high and weigh 300 tonnes each. Construction began in June 2013
  • St George's United Reform Church, Morpeth, Northumberland
  • High Level Bridge, Newcastle
  • 'Bridge to Nowhere’, Dunbar, ScotlandWhen the tide comes surging into shore, what should be an easy path to the beach becomes suddenly impassable. At high tide, the water swallows the land around the bridge, making it look as though it’s stranded in the middle of a sea.
  • The Kelpies, Falkirk, Scotland - GreenBuilt of structural steel with a stainless steel cladding, The Kelpies are 30 metres high and weigh 300 tonnes each. Construction began in June 2013
  • Derwent Water, The Lake District
  • Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle
  • 'Love Locks', on the High Level Bridge, Newcastle
  • Rallycross Day at CroftRallycross Day at Croft
  • The Kelpies, Falkirk, Scotland - RedBuilt of structural steel with a stainless steel cladding, The Kelpies are 30 metres high and weigh 300 tonnes each. Construction began in June 2013
  • Derwent Water, The Lake District
  • A Spring Daffodil
  • View from High Level Bridge, Newcastle
  • 'The Golden Gate', Derwent Water, The Lake District
  • A Greylag Goose
  • Armstrong Bridge, Jesmond Dene, NewcastleBuilt in 1878 to overcome mining subsidence, it is cross braced with iron ties. in 1963 pedestrianised, and is now the site of a Sunday market.
  • Duke of Portland Boathouse, Ullswater, The Lake District
  • Edinample Castle, Lochearnhead, Scotland
  • A female Kestrel at Washington Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre
  • Armstrong Bridge, Jesmond Dene, NewcastleBuilt in 1878 to overcome mining subsidence, it is cross braced with iron ties. in 1963 pedestrianised, and is now the site of a Sunday market.
  • Twin Locks, Gargrave, North Yorkshire
  • Escort at Croft CircuitRallycross day at Croft Circuit, Darlington
  • Duke of Portland Boathouse, Ullswater, The Lake District
  • Loch Earn looking towards St Fillan's, Perthshire, Scotland
  • 'The Kelpies', Falkirk, Scotland
  • An Asian Short Clawed Otter at Washington Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre
  • Jesmond Dene, Newcastle
  • St Bartholomew's Church, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland
  • Loch Earn, towards Edinample Castle, Perthshire, Scotland
  • 'The Kelpies', Falkirk, ScotlandBuilt of structural steel with a stainless steel cladding, The Kelpies are 30 metres high and weigh 300 tonnes each. Construction began in June 2013, and was complete by October 2013.
  • Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, GatesheadHoused in the Landmark, J R Rank Flour Mill building, its a major International centre for contemporary art. 2,600 square metres of art space, and boasts a rooftop restaurant with magnificent view of the River Tyne and Quayside.
  • 'Down the Line', Settle Railway Station
  • St Bartholomew's church, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland
  • 'Tommy' aka 1101The steel statue weighs 1.2 tonnes, and is 9 feet 5 inches tall. Depicting a WW1 soldier, wearing full uniform, sitting on an ammunition box. Referring to Archetype Tommy Atkins. '1101' refers to the 1st minute of peace in 1918.
  • 'Tommy' aka 1101The steel statue weighs 1.2 tonnes, and is 9 feet 5 inches tall. Depicting a WW1 soldier, wearing full uniform, sitting on an ammunition box. Referring to Archetype Tommy Atkins. '1101' refers to the 1st minute of peace in 1918.
  • Robin
  • Royal Border Bridge with Train, Berwick-upon-Tweed
  • Armstrong Bridge, Jesmond Dene, NewcastleBuilt in 1878 to overcome mining subsidence, it is cross braced with iron ties. in 1963 pedestrianised, and is now the site of a Sunday market.
  • Chaffinch
  • 'Fiddler's Green', North Shields
  • Ribblehead Viaduct, North Yorkshire
  • St Monan's Harbour, St Monan's, Fife, Scotland
  • View to the River Tweed, Berwick-upon-Tweed
  • A flamboyance of Flamingo's
  • Ribblehead Viaduct towards Ingleborough, North Yorkshire
  • St Monan's Pier, St Monan's, Fife, Scotland
  • Royal Border Bridge, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
  • Flamingo
  • St Monan's Church, St Monan's, Fife, Scotland
  • The Falkirk Wheel, Falkirk, ScotlandThe wheel raises boats by 24 metres (79 ft), but the Union Canal is still 11 metres (36 ft) higher than the aqueduct which meets the wheel. The Falkirk Wheel is the only rotating boat lift of its kind in the world.
  • 'Pitcher and Piano' bar, Newcastle Quayside
  • St Monan's Harbour, St Monan's, Fife, Scotland
  • 'Underneath the Arches' at the Falkirk Wheel, Falkirk, ScotlandThe wheel raises boats by 24 metres (79 ft), but the Union Canal is still 11 metres (36 ft) higher than the aqueduct which meets the wheel. The Falkirk Wheel is the only rotating boat lift of its kind in the world.
  • 'Squirrel having lunch'
  • St Monan's Pier, St Monan's, Fife, Scotland
  • Edinample Castle, Loch Earn, Perthshire, ScotlandPhoto by: Graham Dobson Photography (www.grahamdobsonphotography)
  • 'Squirrel lazing in the shade'
  • Blyth Pier, Northumberland
  • Loch Earn, Perthshire, ScotlandPhoto by: Graham Dobson Photography (www.grahamdobsonphotography)
  • 'Rachel Douglas' on the River Tyne
  • Blyth Pier and Lighthouse in Mono
  • 'On Reflection; at the Sage, Gateshead Quayside
  • Blyth Pier, Northumberland
  • 'Up on the Roof', National Glass Centre,Sunderland
  • The Millennium Bridge, Newcastle Quayside
  • Blyth Pier, Northumberland
  • Sunderland Glass Centre
  • The Sage, Gateshead Quayside
  • Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland
  • Sunday Market at Newcastle Quayside
  • The Rescue Hut, Holy Island, Northumberland
  • Sunset over the river Tyne, Quayside Newcastle
  • Lindisfarne Causeway, Northumberland
  • Bolam Lake, Northumberland
  • The Baltic, Gateshead QuaysideHoused in the Landmark, J R Rank Flour Mill building, its a major International centre for contemporary art. 2,600 square metres of art space, and boasts a rooftop restaurant with magnificent view of the River Tyne and Quayside.
  • 'Tranquility', Holy Island, Northumberland
  • 'Bolam Lake through the Trees'
  • 'The Bathing House', Howick, NorthumberlandA Grade II listed building, built in early 19th century for the 2nd Earl Grey for whom the famous tea was blended.
  • 'The Bathing House', Howick, NorthumberlandA Grade II listed building, built in early 19th century for the 2nd Earl Grey for whom the famous tea was blended.
  • Herd Groyne Lighthouse, South ShieldsBuilt 1882 from corrugated iron painted red.  On the gallery a fog bell sounds every 10 seconds. If on course show white, too far left shows red and too far right shows green.
  • Sun-Rays over Blyth Beach, Northumberland
  • Blyth Pier and lighthouse, Northumberland, in B/W
  • Blyth Pier, Northumberland, in B/WAlso available in Colour.
  • Blyth Pier, Northumberland in colourAlso available in Black and White.
  • St Mary's Island, Whitley Bay.St. Mary's Island was originally called Bates Island, Hartley Bates or Bates Hill as it was originally owned by the Bates family.

The lighthouse continued to function until 1984, when it was taken out of service. The lighthouse is now open to visitors.
  • St Mary's Island, Whitley Bay.St. Mary's Island was originally called Bates Island, Hartley Bates or Bates Hill as it was originally owned by the Bates family.

The lighthouse continued to function until 1984, when it was taken out of service. The lighthouse is now open to visitors.
  • Storms over Stockton
  • Infinity Bridge, Stockton
  • 'Solidarity at Dawn', Roker, Sunderland
  • Roker Porthole at Sunrise
  • Roker lighthouse silhouette
  • Sunrise at Roker, Sunderland
  • Roker at sunrise
  • Sunrise at Roker, Sunderland
  • 'Fiddler's Green', North Shields
  • Infinity Bridge, Stockton on Tees, Cleveland
  • Roker, Sunderland at Sunrise
  • Old mooring Buoys at North Shields Fish Quay