Mountain Hill & Sea
These are unashamedly romantic images of some wilder parts of the British countryside.
They were born from some lines from a farewell song by the singer, songwriter and activist, Ewan MacColl, where he bids goodbye to mountains and names Suilven, one of his favourite mountains. He once told me that it was on the slopes of Stac Pollaidh that he first realised that he was no longer able to walk freely in the landscape he loved and these photographs have, increasingly, the same meaning for me.
They include images of both Suilven and Stac Pollaidh which stand near each other in Assynt, North West Scotland.