Oliver Wood Photography

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Prestbury – COVID-19


26-Mar-2020

Prestbury in the COVID-19 crisis An on-going situation that is leading to unprecedented changes to all of our lives. The village has never been so quiet, yet the weather these […]


Category: Local History, Monochrome

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, Monochrome

Hale Cold War Relic


29-Aug-2019

Four Minute Warning It’s still there! Had another day cycling around my old home turf of Hale and noticed that this once ominous relic of the cold war is still […]


Category: Local History, Machine, 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, 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