Linescapes gallery

Here is a selection of my linescapes. If you would like to purchase a print, or if you have a photograph that you would like me to turn into a linescape (see below), then please contact me.

They may be grouped into the following categories (some linescapes will appear in more than one category): a complete list is given below.

Overall list

Great Gable

The craggy slopes on the south-western side of Great Gable.

Offa’s Dyke

The eighth-century dyke is very clear in the landscape as it switchbacks its way across the Clun Forest in west Shropshire.

Bank Barn, Troutbeck

This barn at Townend in Troutbeck is a National Trust property.


This village is attached to Chipping Campden, at the northern end of the Cotswold Way.


Hindscarth is often overlooked by walkers, but this view from Scope End shows what a delightful approach can be made to a fell for the connoisseur.

Helvellyn — Striding Edge

A classic Lakeland fell view, with St Sunday Crag on the right.

Your linescape here?

Yes indeed, you can commission your own linescape.

Sgwd yr Eira, Ystradfellte

Have your own personal linescape, whether landscape, townscape or any other scape. I shall assess your high-resolution photo for its capability to be turned into a linescape, and we can take it from there.