Oliver Wood Photography

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Lightning Tree


I call this a ‘hyper nocturne’, in other words, an under exposed low ISO night shot recovered with levels and HDR treatments. This tree shows typical signs of lightning damage […]

Category: Experimental, Landscape, Monochrome

Urbex – Nature Returns


A bit of urbex (Urban Exploration) or being in abandoned, dangerous, out-of-bounds or dilapidated places that one is really not supposed to venture into. I spent quite a lot of […]

Category: Experimental

Twisted Oak – Prestbury


Trees are a perennial favourite of mine and I think they can often make very dramatic subjects or an interesting ‘focal’ point in a nature / landscape shot. I live […]

Category: Experimental

The Path Out


A return to my first love in photography – that is, the world of apparently strange common-place or beguiling objects and settings. A world of small scale surrealism in the […]

Category: Experimental, Monochrome

Waiting Room


The old and now very spartan waiting room at Prestbury station. A nice little ‘study’ in grungy ‘distressed’ building fabric – a rare sight and opportunity in these parts now. […]

Category: Machine World, Monochrome

Ford House Prestbury


Heavy plant belonging to Cheshire Demolition at work on the Ford House site in Prestbury. The building has virtually gone now and a completely new view or vista is opening […]

Category: Local History

Cheshire Morning


I do like misty and fogy conditions as they are nearly always conducive to interesting, moody photography. Well nearly always – both of these pictures were taken on a cold […]

Category: Landscape, Monochrome

Cheshire Frost


The first real winter weather of 2015/16. The Winter thus far has been one of the warmest on record so it was quite nice to see (and feel) these more […]

Category: Experimental

Prestbury Morning


6:30am A September morning in Prestbury Village, Cheshire. This image has been (heavily) processed in HDR with other bespoke filters and effects added. The light was so interesting and intriguing […]

Category: Experimental