Here, you’ll find some of my images for sale (at very reasonable cost) on the photo site, Picfair. Below are small versions of much larger files you can purchase to use online.

Alternatively, you can order these as either art quality prints to frame yourself, or as framed prints, or canvas wraps.

Beneath each sample is a link to that picture on the Picfair site. I’ll add more examples over time, but to see all my pictures (over 700) please click on this link. 

The search function on the gallery you’ll reach via the link above is best used by looking for a subject.



zWindblown Surf

Windblown Surf

zFrosted Leaves

Frosted Leaves

zBlue Bells

Blue Bells


Soft Sea


Lily Leaf


Lone Tree


Cadger’s Lane, Driffield.

zIcy Abstract

Icy Abstract

zEnd of the Day

End of the Day

zYellow Boat

Yellow Boat

zIf a Tree Falls in the Forest

If a Tree Falls in the Forest…


Red Sun Sinking

zEvening Shadows

Evening Shadows

ZIpomoea Flowers

Ipomoea Flowers

ZFlock of Sheep

Flock of Sheep

ZMorning sunlight

Morning Sunlight

6 thoughts on “Gallery

  1. Hey Stuart, Namaste 🙂

    Beautiful, thank you 🙂 Your photography is superb – highly polished rich and sumptuous – and reflects your passion your skill and most obvious affinity with Nature. Wonderful: nature is glorious!

    Have a wonderful week.

    Namaste 🙂


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    1. Thanks, Dewin. I started out as professional photographer many years ago, but words overtook my passion and I spend most of my time writing stories now. However, with a painter for a mother, and a photographer for a father, I guess image making will always be in my blood. And I do love sharing the beauty of the world in pictures.

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      1. Hey Stuart, Namaste 🙂

        The photographs are very self-assured and polished: Beauty clearly favours your lens 🙂

        Thank you for sharing the beauty of the world in pictures.

        Enjoy your week Stuart. Take care.

        Namaste 🙂


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    1. Thank you, Livinia. Photography was my first love, when my father rewarded a good school report with a camera when I was 13. I spent a number of years in the photographic world as a professional and I still love making pictures. But words became my real love in my later teens, when I read voraciously. Nowadays, when I have the chance, I like to combine the two. If you’re interested, you can find a recent example of that combination in a guest post I did:

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