A Local Walk

For the first time in a while, I took my 3D camera out with me on a walk along a local gorse-lined footpath to meet some of the farm animals in fields surrounding the village that I live. The short walk culminated in a rest on a small bench near to where the 'Great Rock Crusher' resides - a relic from the areas mining past. The rock crusher was used in Montreal Pit - a unique mine, where both Coal and Iron Ore were lifted from the depths, up the same shaft. Red/Cyan 3D glasses required:


Hello. I'm a northern fella, grounded in the UK's Lake District. I was born 968 years into the second millennium of the anno Domini, which coincidentally was also the Year of the Monkey. I live between the sea, mountains and lakes of Cumbria. I've always lived here and couldn't contemplate being anywhere else. It's a truly gorgeous part of the world. I confess to being a geek who loves photography, local history and the outdoors (hiking, running, cycling). I've also previously dabbled in local politics, helping bring about a huge overhaul to the Copeland governance system. I walked away from politics, tired of constant threats of violence, and a nauseating comradeship between a group of pickle brained clowns who probably share the same mother. Anyways... Lol. Since picking up a 3D comic at early age I've been enthusiastic about stereoscopic imagery, and so, this site will be home to my 3D anaglyph photographs. Red/Cyan glasses are required to view the 3D par