The UK Government announced that pubs, hotels, restaurants and many other areas of the hospitality, entertainment and service sectors could re-open from July 4th providing they follow guidelines on social distancing and sanitising. On assignment for Getty Images I was sent up to Newcastle to look for things to illustrate this key moment in theContinue reading “First steps”
With a decent view over the North Sea coast from my home I can often glance out my window and get a feel for what the weather might be doing. Often I can see storms brewing or rainbows forming and within a few minutes I can be down on the beach shooting pictures. This timeContinue reading “Behind the Shot – Noctilucent Clouds”
The Brent Alpha topside oil platform is transported on the Iron Lady cargo barge into the mouth of the River Tees on route to the Able UK Seaton Port for decommissioning on June 24, 2020 in Teesside, England. The 17,000 tonne oil platform was transported to an area off the Hartlepool coast by the largestContinue reading “Brent Alpha”
On assignment today for Getty Sport I was up in Newcastle to cover what was happening outside of St James’ Park as Newcastle played their first ‘behind closed doors’ game against Sheffield United. Getty sport has their sports guys inside the ground covering the action on the field but under the current lockdown restrictions havingContinue reading “Behind Closed Doors”
Hazel Grove wood, Saltburn. Leica M9, Summicron 90mm f2, 1/2000, f4, ISO 160 Image (c) Ian Forsyth See more of my work at Room 2850 All rights reserved. No usage without arrangement.
A man stands on the top prom in Saltburn looking out over the North Sea as a storm cloud passes overhead. Image (c) Ian Forsyth / Getty Images See more of my work at Room 2850 All rights reserved. No usage without arrangement.
While covering a story in Bridlington recently I had time to have a wander around the harbour to shoot a few… Image (c) Ian Forsyth See more of my work at Room 2850 All rights reserved. No usage without arrangement.
Fertile fronds from the ‘Hard Fern’ Blechnum spicant are lit by sunlight coming through the tree canopy. Image (c) Ian Forsyth See more of my work at Room 2850 All rights reserved. No usage without arrangement.
Haar or sea fret is a cold sea fog. It occurs most often on the east coast of England or Scotland between April and September, when warm air passes over the colder North Sea. Haar is typically formed over the sea and commonly occurs when warmer moist air moves over the relatively cooler North SeaContinue reading “Haar in the woods”
In February 2016 I was on a trip to Kenya. It was a personal trip rather than a work trip but being a photographer…well you know how it is! We were on a safari drive making our way through the Masai Mara National Reserve. The reserve is an area of spectacular savannah wilderness in southwesternContinue reading “Behind the shot – The Elephant Crossing”