In addition to the our wonderful coast, we are surounded by historic buildings, ruins, castles, abbeys, priories and of course, Hadrian's Wall . All of these offer a wealth of opportunity to the photographer who wants to record them for posterity.
We also have the wonderful selection of lighthouses and beacons which still serve to help keep our seamen safe. It is often only by seeing photographs taken from new perspectives and in different lighting conditions such as sunrise / sunsets or bad weather that we realise the enormity of the natural beauty on our doorstep.
We have sections of rugged limestone cliffs concealing some wonderful secluded beaches, all of which constantly change under the influence of powerful tides and the cruel North Sea which batters our coastline.
Let's not forget our noble River Tyne, whilst not as busy as it once was, it offers incredible pictures throughout it's length. Bridges, historic buildings and quays and of course the ships and occassional oil platform. Moving away from the rivers and coast, the region has a host of parks and moorlands which harbour a miriad of flora and fauna.
We have tried to compile a selection of
interesting images both on this page and in the
attached galleries. All images are available
in a variety of formats and sizes and can be ordered
mounted, framed or as canvasses or other formats
such as floating acrylic or aluminium panels. Should
you wish to commission a specific location shoot, please do not hesitiate to contact us to discuss it.
Sometimes a single image is not enough to capture the experience of a stunning sunset or sunrise. Here is a small collection of short timelapse videos. A photograph is taken every 20 seconds and then played back at 20 or 24 frames per second. This has the effect of compressing a half hour of images into a few seconds of video. These videos are best watched at HD settings.