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Any excuse to talk up our local St Michael's Hospice is good. When I can combine that with a photography shoot, even better. It was a real pleasure to share a beautiful sunny Sunday morning with all those who had signed up for the Kapow! fun run promotional event for the hospice; it always moves me... Continue Reading →
The character of Hastings just continues to grow. Where else, at Sunday tea time, could a New Orleans style jazz band come grooving down the street - and it's not even Fat Tuesday.
So, it was a sad day for social enterprise and community projects as Hastings pier passed out of the hands of 'The People' and into the hands of the receivers who then sold it on to an entrepreneurial businessman where it will, undoubtedly, be quickly turned into a hegemonic cash cow. The finer details of the transition,... Continue Reading →
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 2 images. I'm not sure creating digital art is my forte but I do enjoy the insurmountable challenge of manipulating Photoshop to bend to my command - haha. I came home from the Cuckmere estuary this year with lots of photos of the plastics washed up on the high water mark after winter storms.... Continue Reading →
A post of 12 photos. The social calendar for Hastings continues to grow and grow, and with each event comes the opportunity to get all dressed up. Maybe preparing for the Zombie Walk is not most peoples idea of making an effort before you leave the house but it was great fun. Unfortunately, I got there... Continue Reading →
Well, so far, January has failed to prove very productive on the photography front. So luckily, the local camera club arranged for the local juggling squad to join us this week. I thought I'd take the opportunity to experiment with a style of photography I'd seen before and admired when used to photograph dancers. I wanted to explore if... Continue Reading →