Finchley Thompson | Prints

Fine Art Prints

When I'm not shooting commercially I love to get out and shoot for myself. Just watching the world. Landscapes, cityscapes and the human environment. Here is a selection of that personal work which is available as framed or unframed fine art prints for you to enjoy in your home.

Elgol Boulder FoundElgol Boulder FoundI've known about this round boulder since I saw it on the cover of the Joe Cornish book, A Landscape Photographers Art. I recognised the location in his photograph but didn't find this rock on my first visit.

On this visit however I wanted to get along the coast a bit to see if I could get a better view of a mountain called Bla Bheinn (Pronounced Blaven). Unfortunately the rising tide prevented me from rounding the headland which I hoped would give me the shore of Loch Scavaig to the peak at 928m view I was looking for.

Anyway, on my way there I was quite chuffed to spot this distinctive boulder and planned to photograph it on the way back. This image was the best I could find given the dull day.

Not long after this the rain came down, and down, and down. I don't think I've ever been as scared as I was driving through Scotland as I was in this rain. Narrow roads with virtually nil visibility, white van men overtaking and articulated lorries thundering past in the other direction with inches to spare. I was so relieved to get to the hostel and get a dram down my neck.

I'm already looking forward to going back to Elgol and this boulder.




Evening ThamesEvening Thames


Brighton PierBrighton PierA panoramic photograph of Brighton Pier with a colourful evening sky