I am a passionate amateur photographer based in Yorkshire. My main interests in photography are that of landscapes, nature, wildlife, and all forms of architecture. I'm also partial to "Urbexing" which is a way of photographing different abandoned, unused, and derelict buildings.

I always have a camera in my hand, even a point and shooter, just in case there is a shot that I won't want to miss!!

The equipment I use are: Canon 7D, Canon 24-105mm f4 L series lens, Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 w/a lens,
Sigma 120-400mm f5.6 Zoom lens, Sigma 105mm f2.8 macro lens.

Please observe and respect my copyrighted material, including and without limitation, the text, artwork, images, video material and audio-visual material on this website. Images and relevant text are owned by Sandra Cockayne, Bradford, and other aspects of this website belong to her licensors. Prints and items on offer from this website are sold for personal display purposes only. Reproduction rights are not granted or implied, and the photographer (Sandra Cockayne) retains full copyright of all printed images purchased for individual (or corporate) use. Ownership of a printed image from this website does not constitute ownership of copyright, or imply the right to any other usage beyond personal and private display. Please contact the copyright owner (Sandra Cockayne) to discuss the possibility of 'licensing usage rights' for any other purpose you have in mind other than for the purpose/s stated here.... Failure to observe copyright law will always result in legal action...

All I ask is please be kind enough NOT to copy in any form, ANY of my images, for ANY reason, unless I grant you permission to do so.

Thank you very much for looking at my work - I hope you had as much enjoyment looking at it, as I did creating it.....

Just click on any picture if you wish to purchase any of my printed products, and follow the prompts. All my prices are very, very competitive, and items are finished to a very high quality.


N.B. Photograph of Sandra Cockayne, kindly taken by Al Flash Barbour. Thank you very much Al.