Wrekin Forest, a designated Area of Outstanding Beauty on the outskirts of Telford, Shropshire. The land contains three Sites of Special Scientific Interest, a Local Nature Reserve, five Regionally Important Geological Sites, three Scheduled Ancient Monuments and a Wildlife Site. At one time part of a royal forest it has been quarried and mined for centuries and industrial scars from all ages mark the land.
The Wrekin summit, 2011
BBC Transmitter, The Wrekin, 2011
Brandy and Ian. The Wrekin, 2011
Bell pit and fly-tipped tyres. Limekiln Wood, 2010.
Tree House, St John's Wood, 2013
Mikey’s tree house, eco-protest camp, New Works Wood, 2011
Mikey, eco-protestor, New Works Wood, 2011.
Huntingdon Open-Cast Mine, North Site 2013
Abandoned limestone quarry, The Hatch, November 2013
Abandoned MOD Building. Decommissioned Rifle Range, The Wrekin, 2015
Abandoned mine workings, Black Hayes, 2011
Limekiln Wood, 2010
Fast-food litter. Track leading to the Dairy Pit 2010
Andy with Metal Detector, Maddock's Hill, May 2012
Vehicle remains, New Works, 2010
Fly-tipped glass bottles, Ercall Wood, 2013
'Litter trail', Limekiln Wood, March 2010
New Plantation, Raby Estate, The Wrekin, 2012
Sponsored walk for Skin Cancer Research, main track, The Wrekin, 2012
Traffic on the M54 motorway passing through The Ercall forest. 2013