My popular Free* photo walks return for autumn-winter with a collection of different styles and locations for you to choose from. With nighttime cityscapes, sunsets, sunrises and winter woodlands, there’s plenty to explore and even more to photograph.
I knew when I started my photo walks just how important getting out and about in our environment is, and it’s even more important during the winter as the days shorten and the weather turns. Getting out and about, walking and breathing fresh air is so good for your physical and mental health so why not join me for a photo walk in and around the Wirral.
Each walk lasts approximately 2 hours and covers about 2-3 miles. Routes are suitable for beginners and experienced photographers alike as it’s more about the walk first and foremost. As with all my walks I’ll give out photography tips and tricks along the way, show you some interesting locations and help you find some unique compositions.
A different photo walk every week all the way up to Christmas
I’ve selected a range of routes for this autumn, from Sunrises at Talacre to Nightime in Liverpool there’s something for everyone. Just like my Summer routes these are all offered on a gratuity basis which means there’s no upfront fee, all I ask is that participants consider paying whatever the feel the walk was worth to them at the end of the walk in the form of a tip.
I’m delighted to publish my Autumn/Winter schedule below, all routes are now available to book by clicking the links below.
My last summer trip out to Hilbre Island, enjoy this beautiful place as the sun sets.
Explore Stapledon woods and Caldy hill looking for unique autumn colour compositions.
Explore the woodlands of Eastham Ferry as the leaves begin to change.
The last of my Summer Sunset walks from Seacombe to New Brighton.
What’s better than a shipwreck at sunset? a Shipwreck at dawn, join me for my first sunrise of the year.
Join me as we take the River Of Light trail around Liverpool looking for unique compositions.
One for the nature lovers as we go searching for Red Squirrels at Formby Point.
Join me at the break of day as we watch the sunrise behind Bidston Windmill.
A winters return to Hilbre, with migrating sea birds and crisp autumn days.
Explore the wrecked boats on Heswall shore as the sun sets.
Join me as we explore the beautiful Liverpool waterfront at night.
My last woodland walk of the year brings us to the woods of Royden Park.
Join me for a sunrise to remember at the Point of Ayr and the Talacre Lighthouse.
Watch the sunrise behind the New Brighton Lighthouse then explore the many murals throughout the town.
Celebrate the start of 2022 with the first walk of the year out to Hilbre Island
Wirral 5 Star Photo Walks
I know you’ll thoroughly enjoy a neon Light photo walk, but don’t just take my word for it, here’s what my customers say –
Had a wonderful evening on the sunset walk to Hilbre Island. Liam is very knowledgeable and extremely approachable without being ‘ in your face’ we were given plenty of time to just chat and enjoy the walk as well as tips and hints for great photos. Will definitely join him again and recommend to friends.Debbie – Summer 2021
I can recommend this business. I thoroughly enjoyed the evening taking photographs. Liam knows his stuff & was very helpful & informative on all aspects of photography.Elizabeth – Summer 2021
Liam took us on a photo walk to Hilbre (and back!) in the evening. It was relaxing and informative. What I realised later was that he timed each part of the walk to match the gradually setting sun, ending up at the far end of Hilbre just before the sun was due to set. By the time we returned to the shore it was near dark so it was reassuring to have Liam’s guidance! So highly recommended!!!Michael- Summer 2021
Met up with Liam for the sunset walk. I really enjoyed the evening. I think that we all learnt quite a bit that evening. Liam was very friendly and approachable. He was informative of anyone asking questions or needing help with photography.Deborah – Summer 2021
Terms and conditions
Participants will be required to sign in to confirm they have agreed to the following terms and conditions before the walks commence.
All participants must be over the age of 18 to take part.
Although I will be leading the route we walk, you are responsible for your own safety and equipment for the duration of the route. I cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage of equipment or injury to self.
To ensure safety, if adverse weather conditions are forecast the walk may need to be cancelled. This will be detailed on my website so please check before heading down to the start location.
Along with checking weather conditions before the day, I will also review conditions throughout the evening and may decide to change the route if the weather/tide requires it. There are some routes that are not safe in some conditions and so I cannot guarantee visiting any requested location.
Covid-19 Restrictions – If a local or national travel ban is in place during the date of a walk please do not travel outside of your permitted area. Current restrictions require that groups cannot be larger than 6 people. If these conditions change group sizes may be able to increase.
*Free Neon Light Photowalks are offered for no upfront fee, all I ask is that participants consider paying whatever they feel the walk was worth to them at the end of the walk with no expectation. This gratuity-based system allows guests to ensure that the walk fits within their expectations, and within their budget. To cover the cost of late cancellations, if you are unable to attend a walk you have booked please can I ask you to consider a £5 donation. Details on how to give this donation are included in your booking confirmation and booking cancellation emails.