Jamie  Green

Jamie Green

Backbarrow, Nr Ulverston, United Kingdom

I live in the small village near the southern end of Windermere inside the Lake District National Park in Cumbria, NW England.
I am a lover of landscape photography and wildlife, especially birds.
I am lucky to live in one of the most beautiful parts of England but I also have a great love of Scotland and its beautiful landscapes.
Whenever I am roaming the local fells and woods, I am accompanied by my trusty Patterdale Terrier ,Tarn

Images Do Not Belong To The Public Domain.
All images are the copyright of the artist –
© Jamie Green. All Rights Reserved.
Copying, altering, displaying, distributing and/or selling any image without prior written consent from the artist is strictly prohibited and subject to any and all legal remedies.
Pinning of my work to social networks is not permitted.

Homepage Feature for Blea Tarn In July 9th April 2016

Homepage Feature for When Two Worlds Collide 22nd July 2009

Homepage feature for Heart of the Forest 14th September 2009

Homepage Feature for Forest Of Dreams 21st May 2010

Homepage Feature for Mist on ConistonWater 3rd July 2010

Homepage Feature for An Arial View 9th August 2010

Homepage Feature for A Summer Stream 18th June 2011



June 2013

  • Joined: December 2009

Journal

Sales

My thanks to the folks who recently bought a print of The Pools of Dee , a card of The Heart of the Forest and a poster of Blea Tarn in July (4th sale since being featured in Found in April.)
Posted about 2 months – 13 comments

Blea Tarn in July sales

Following on from the feature in “Found” of my work Blea Tarn in July (see here ) I am pleased to see that being featured has its rewards. Two card sales and a phone case since I made the home page.. Still waiting for the canvas wrap sale….
Posted 3 months – 6 comments

Featured in "Found"

Just had my work Blea Tarn in July featured in “Found”, the RB homepage. I am most delighted.My 7th Homepage feature.
Posted 4 months – 24 comments

Sale

My thanks to the lovely person who bought a framed print of “The Lion and the Lamb”. Hope it brings great pleasure.
Posted 4 months – 9 comments
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