Richard Cross Photography

Landscape, editorial, event, product and aerial photography by Richard Cross. High quality imagery for web, print, exhibitions and framing. An extensive library of Scottish landscape and aerial photography, plus some historic projects.

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Built by the Venetians in 1371-74 as a garrison to impose order on the rebellious Sfakia region, to deter pirates, and to protect Venetian nobles and their properties. The Venetians named it the Castle of St. Nikitas after the nearby church. The locals, however, who never saw it in a positive light, contemptuously dubbed it Frangokastello, meaning the Castle of the Franks (Catholic foreigners).


Inch House is a traditional early 17th¬†century Scottish tower house which has housed the local community centre since 1968. This image was shot for use on the community centre’s new website.

Ullswater Country Fair


Ullswater Country Fair seems blessed with good weather every year, but it makes it hot work for the Arnison Dash Fell Race.


Living in Scotland with the Outdoor Access Code which guarantees access rights to vast swathes of land I find the notion of private land bizarre and frustrating.

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