Nowt to worry about

A bit of snow came to parts of North Yorkshire near Castleton overnight…but nowt to worry about.     See more of my work on my website and blogs via the link… HERE Images remain copyright Ian Forsyth No  usage without arrangement      

The Year in Focus – 2014

So once again we’re heading towards that end of year time when many photographers roll out their ‘Year in Pictures‘ features showing some of their work from over the year. So it seems fitting that I post up some pictures from the range of work that I’ve shot this year. Some of it was shotContinue reading “The Year in Focus – 2014”

Quote the surf

“Wiping out is an underappreciated skill” Laird Hamilton   See more of my photography on my website and blogs via the link…. HERE Copyright Ian Forsyth. No usage without arrangement.

Quote the surf

“I could not help concluding this man had the most supreme pleasure while he was driven so fast and so smoothly by the sea” Captain James Cooke See more of my photography on my website and blogs via the link….. HERE Copyright Ian Forsyth. No usage without arrangement.

Quote the surf…

“The only one whom can whisper to you the ways of the surf, is the wind”   See more of my photography on my website and blogs via the link….. HERE Copyright Ian Forsyth. No usage without arrangement.

Yes…No…Maybe…?

Thursday 18th of September 2014. Remember the date. History could be made then when the 305-year-old political union between Scotland and England could potentially come to an end. …and speaking of history:   Scotland’s relations with its larger neighbour have often been difficult, none more so than in the wars of independence some 700 oddContinue reading “Yes…No…Maybe…?”

Mynarski – The last op

One of the only two remaining Avro Lancaster bombers that are still flying today was on display and did a fly-past for gathered crowds at Durham Tees Valley airport today. The famous World War Two aircraft, named ‘Mynarski’ is owned by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum and is beginning a 2-week tour of the UK.Continue reading “Mynarski – The last op”

The light’s go out in Yarm

To commemorate and remember the start of World War One on the 4th August, 1914 and as part of tributes and events taking place around the country the people of Yarm near Stockton came together last night to hold a service to show their respects to amongst the many thousands of others the 91 menContinue reading “The light’s go out in Yarm”

United in grief

Flowers, cards and tributes – including flowers from the club left on their seats in the stands – are brought to St James’s Park, home of Newcastle United Football Club in honour of John Alder and Liam Sweeney. The two lifelong and dedicated Newcastle fans died along with 296 others in the MH17 Malaysian flightContinue reading “United in grief”

The Yorkshire effect

The helicopters buzzing around overhead indicated that it was getting closer. That finally and after many hours the waiting was almost over. The relentless rise of cheering voices, the sound of whistles blowing and of cow bells being rung let everyone knew that it was almost upon them. The cars and motorbikes sped past. PoliceContinue reading “The Yorkshire effect”