After digging out my old Nikon and taking a stroll along the canal a while ago, I've felt the need to take more pictures on...
If you've never tasted a Welsh Oggie, imagine a better version of a Cornish Pasty, only filled with a variety of delicious fillings, this one...
The moment that I step off the tarmac pavement onto the beaten earth towpath, the world closes in. I move to the side as the...
I was afraid that I was going to miss the spectacle. The link with an event that has taken place, probably for millennia. Those first...
One of the annoying, yet sometimes interesting features of online photo storage such as Google Photos and even Microsoft's One Drive is the suggestion that...
It's been a long time since I spent hours shooting in monochrome, back in the days of Ilford HP5 and FP4 rolling through my Nikon...
I was a kid too much hair gel and a camera back in the 1980's. Ardingly gave me many happy memories and lifelong friends. Coronavirus...
When things get tough, this is what you should do: Make good art. I’m serious. Husband runs off with a politician — make good art....
Spotted on a recent fun trip to Manchester... love them!
Apparently allotments are a little like hen's teeth. When we moved to our current house my wife and I had the idea of getting an...
Finally, finally, we managed to get a bit of sub zero weather. When I was a child, it was pretty standard fare for January and...
I've always loved the quiet time after the main event has taken place. The pressure is off. There is time to relax and spend with...
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