Barrie Tumbridge – Professional Photographer 

Barrie Tumbridge developed his art working as a portrait photographer in and around the County of Essex. At the end of 1991 he stopped taking portraits full time to follow a different career path and photography took a back seat for a while. During the next few years he studied part time at University and eventually gained a BSc degree but photography remained a passion and in 2001, with the advent of digital technology, this passion caught up with him and he decided to return, part time to photography. He still considers himself a professional photographer even though he doesn’t earn his living from it. He now teaches photography to anyone who shares the same passion, whether they are full time, part time or hobby photographers.

The majority of the images you see on this site are landscapes, seascapes or architectural. Great Britain has some of the most stunning scenery in the world, from the highlands of Scotland to the dramatic coastline of Cornwall. We don’t have the warm climate found in other parts of Europe, but if you walk through the Glens of Scotland, the valleys of Wales and the Lake District, you will soon realise that without the rain, we wouldn’t have such a beautiful landscape.

We hope you enjoy the photographs Barrie has created and call back as often as possible The site was last updated with new images in April 2014 with images from his latest trip to Turkey. He will be spending some time in the north west of Scotland at the end of March so please call back again soon. 

If you have any comments or questions please don’t hesitate to contact by clicking the Contact link above.

New Images  Isle of Skye added April 2014

Landscapes and Seascapes

Great Britain has some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. From Scotland to Cornwall.

Buildings and Architecture

Cathedrals, Castles or just historic ruins, we love to photograph them.

Night and Low light

The Landscape looks even better when we watch the sun go down or rise in the morning.
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