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My photography time was severely limited today as I spent most of the day indoors at a conference. I finally found a few minutes before my evening class, by…

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Walking back to our rehearsal this afternoon, my friend Erica and I encountered this brave horse rider and her rather mischievous steed. We took to the grass…

My home this weekend has been the High Leigh Conference Centre in Hoddesdon. The heart of the centre is an elegant house, once owned by Robert Barclay, a banker…

As I drove west early this morning a thick mist shrouded the landscape and I knew there had to be a suitably photogenic scene for me to photography somewhere…

It's nearly a month since my first visit to the Henry Moore Foundation in Perry Green. On that occasion it was very sunny and the contrast conditions made it…

I've liked Henry Moore's sculptures for over twenty years now, since I first encountered them at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. I didn't realise until fairly…

I have been using my Canon every day since receiving it and it is the best thing that I have ever brought! I am still trying to figure out all the right effects…

I am trying to ease myself back into colour photography and I think I am doing quite well at the moment, just taking time for me to adjust to my new camera.

Not my favourtie blog in the world but....I JUST GOT A NEW CAMERA! I just brought a Canon EOS 1300D :o I went for a walk round Ashridge in Hertfordshire today…

I enjoy taking black and white photos, I think that they look so much better than coloured photos (in these photos). I am really proud of these photos and I…

As you can probably tell, I enjoy taking photographs in black and white as I think it adds so much more drama to the photograph. I take these photos basically…

I conducted a full day's rehearsal in the village of Aston today which left me little time for photography.  However, I did escape for fifteen minutes before…

One of the most arresting sights during springtime is a woodland floor carpeted with bluebells. In common with everything else this year they're flowering…

During a visit to the small Hertfordshire village of Aston to visit a possible rehearsal venue this afternoon I stopped off at the church to take a look around.…

During a walk around Much Hadham this afternoon I came across a field containing dozens of lambs, many of whom were scampering around in the spring sunshine. I…

Inspired by a story in our local newspaper [hertsandessexobserver.co.uk] I visited St. Michael's Church in Bishop's Stortford today. The newspaper headline…
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