Oliver Wood Photography

Tag: cheshire p3

Prestbury Winter Fence


A reworking of a couple of images from the very cold and snowy winter of 2010, we had a rare arctic blast. I like these conditions for photography and especially […]

Category: Landscape, Monochrome

The Wizard Alderley Edge


The old “Wizards House” opposite the famous Wizard Inn near Alderley Edge. I don’t really know anything about the history of this building but it looks like a sort workmen’s […]

Category: Monochrome



Large print on canvas. The open landscape of Wildboarclough near Macclesfield forest seen on one of my many cycling trips up to the top-end or Shutlingsloe. The weather was changing […]

Category: Landscape, Monochrome

Cheshire Road Railings


These black and white, and now often badly corroded or damaged railings, are a familiar site to anyone that ether lives in Cheshire or who has driven through the county. […]

Category: Local History

Hare Hill


Hare Hill gardens near Prestbury and Mottram St Andrew in Cheshire is a small but exquisitely charming national trust property that is semi secluded. It is comprised of a remote […]

Category: Landscape

Prestbury Oaks


Trees are a perennial favorite of mine, always a majestic and earth connecting subject. This photo was taken several years ago whilst out on one of my ‘all-day’ cycling treks […]

Category: Landscape, Monochrome



A moody misty early morning trip up to Shutlingsloe via Macclesfield Forrest. One of my favorite rest spots overlooks the Trentabank and Ridegate reservoirs more than a hundred feet below, […]

Category: Landscape

Bottoms Reservoir


Revisiting some older shots from a long day out at Teggs Nose and Macclesfield forest. This shot across Bottoms Reservoir was taken on a gloriously fresh March morning with low […]

Category: Landscape