A post of 26 photos. I've failed to photograph this annual event for the last couple of years - maybe, partly, because last year I was having an incredible time at the Photography Show in Birmingham. This year, it was absolutely freezing and I wimped out before everyone had gone past. However, it was nonetheless inspiring to... Continue Reading →
A post of 34 photos. The Purbeck railway line transports the nostalgic voyager along the 12mile track through English countryside and past the magnificent Corfe Castle sitting high on its hill above its quaint village to the seaside town of Swanage. There, we took a tall ship out along the coast to witness, from the sea, Harry Rock... Continue Reading →
Wow, that's quite an accolade for the structure that locals either love or hate, and regardless of opinion, colloquially call 'the plank'. The 2017 RIBA Stirling architecture prize for best building is, according to some, excessive for a space in which there is 'nothing to do' and well deserved for others who love to promenade to the... Continue Reading →
I surprised myself yesterday by having a thoroughly enjoyable day promoting the camera club at Hastings Pier Health and Hobbies Fair. We pitched out with a display of photos taken by club members and received a lot of interest and then, after lunch, things got quiet so I went for a walk and practised asking... Continue Reading →
Every summer, these wildflowers astound me with their ability to exist on.... nothing. Where do they get their nutrients from? All these photos were taken within a 1km stroll along the pebbles at Winchelsea Beach and the wildlife around them (butterflies, moths, bees...) was abundant.
Posts are pretty random at the moment as we have had a disjointed house move that saw us sell one without having secured another and therefore spending a couple of months in temporary accommodation. However, we have now completed the purchase on a new home and are expecting Open Reach to come and install our... Continue Reading →
After quite a few years of photographing with my trusty Nikon D5300, this week I took the plunge to spend some money (that I possibly shouldn't have - but hey) on the new Nikon D500. I've been doing some live music photos and some sport and this camera is supposed to be excellent for high... Continue Reading →