Oliver Wood Photography

Category: Monochrome p2

Stanlow Chimneys


16-Oct-2019

Strong contrast and a convoluted composition of the chimneys at Stanlow refinery near Warrington. These are sometimes known as “flair stacks” and are really giant Bunsen burners that are used […]


Category: Machine World, Monochrome

All Saints – Siddington


10-Jun-2019

A few heavily treated images of All Saints church in Siddington, Cheshire; seen whilst cycling down to Jodrell Bank. Some of these images have added texture layers. The building is […]


Category: Local History, Monochrome

Alderley Edge Observations


16-May-2019

A curious wooden bus shelter in Alderley Edge with paper textures. Had a few very enjoyable days out cycling over to the west side, the equally ‘posh’ and rarefied side […]


Category: Machine World, Monochrome

Remains – Ford House


14-Apr-2019

The remains of the old Ford House in Prestbury, Cheshire. I liked the shapes, texture and tonality in this image and I think there is always something quite intriguing about […]


Category: Monochrome

Derbyshire Farmstead


25-Feb-2019

Interesting line and flow (as I say – or making up terminology) a view of the Derbyshire landscape seen on a long bike ride from Castleton to Macclesfield. The image […]


Category: Environment, Monochrome

Castleton Ride


06-Feb-2019

Cycling to Castleton, Derbyshire in May 2018, a fantastic long and challenging ride from home with some of the most dramatic scenery in the “white peak” region of the peak […]


Category: Environment, Monochrome

Walking to Mottram Hall


24-Jan-2019

A very old and narrow footbridge across the river Bollin near Mottram Hall. This is an obscure footpath that runs from Prestbury to the bottom of the golf course at […]


Category: Environment, Monochrome