Chris Orange Photographs Wild Britain

Did you catch BBC Breakfast last week? A lovely series called Wild Britain.

They featured Chris Orange Photography with a selection of great photos from his Remote Britain series.

Chris has kindly shared the photos with us.


Bardsey - Chris Orange Wild Britain

Bardsey – Photographed in May 2016 as part of a project called Remote Britain – to encourage people to visit the Island. It’s a beautiful, remote Island with wonderful bird life including Puffins. I love the feeling of being so remote, yet it’s only a 20 minute boat trip to get there!

Exmoor - Chris Orange Wild Britain

Exmoor – I was on the way to photograph the valley of the rocks and saw how the sun was setting with a beautiful golden light on the horses. I had to stop and take the shot. Photographed June 2016

Bamburgh - Chris Orange Wild Britain

Bamburg – Northumbria is one of my favourite places to photograph in Britain, as the light is so soft, especially on the coast. This was a 5 minute exposure of the view towards Lindisfarne just after sunset. Photographed July 2016

Lundy – Lundy is a magical location, providing incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean. This shot was taken at 4:45am over a derelict barn. I love the peace of photographing the sunrise. Photographed May 2016

Snowdonia - Chris Orange Wild Britain 2016

Snowdonia – I love to stand on the rocks in the middle of fast flowing rivers and experience the rush of noise as the waters flows past. Snowdonia has a majesty about its landscape which makes it a very exciting place to capture. Photographed March 2016

Derwent Water - Chris Orange Wild Britain

Lake District – Derwentwater is one of my favourite locations in Cumbria, and I photographed this iconic view from the jetty whilst waiting for darkness to fall so I could capture the night sky over the lake. I love the mood of the atmosphere just after sunset. Photographed in July 2015


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