Oliver Wood Photography

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Derbyshire Farmstead


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

New Mills Interconnector


I seem to find electrical and telecoms infrastructure to be quite a fascinating subject when combined with a landscape or environment context. This very scary apparatus in a remote corner […]

Category: Experimental, Machine, Monochrome

Winnats Pass – Castleton


Cycling home from Castleton via Chapel-en-le-Frith, Whaley Bridge, Disley, High Lane and the Middlewood Way. Beautiful and amazing settings with a very challenging ride, perfect. Lighting conditions were not quite […]

Category: Environment, Monochrome

Class 142 Pacer


One of the much maligned ‘pacer’ units at New Mills Central in Derbyshire. The cute little train that couldn’t. The class 142s are destined to disappear from most of the […]

Category: Machine

Kettleshulme Ride


Cycling through Kettleshulme on route to Whaley Bridge, a fantastic, challenging and very scenic trip. Once past this point, the high point on Bakestonedale Rd (1000ft above sea level) there […]

Category: Environment

High Peak – Nocturne


Available light photography at Furness Vale, Derbyshire. Things seen whilst on a nighttime bike ride into the High Peak. Taking advantage of the fantastic light gathering capability of my Nikon […]

Category: Experimental, Monochrome, Night

Vintage Pylon March Past

Vintage pylons on the march in Derbyshire, they came striding over the hill with an attitude of unstoppable determination. I quite like to photographer landscape scenes that also include some […]

Category: Machine

Peak District Textures


A small study of the landscape adjacent to the A 5004 Macclesfield to Buxton road, a road that has become somewhat notorious for its high fatality rate – mostly amongst […]

Category: Environment, Monochrome