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Every time I visit Sheffield station I look at the enormous water features in Sheaf Square and wonder how best to photograph them. I’ve taken pictures before,…

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I've often been facinated by water droplet photography so have decided to give it a go. Whilst not hugely difficult to set up, getting it right needs a lot of…

It's the anniversary of when Cooper came to live with us. It's the first year since without him. I took a walk we would have taken on this chilly but gorgeous…

The Everglades of Florida: for most of the time, exploration was made impossible by the thick growth of saw grass, (Cladium mariscus subsp. Jamaicense), a…

One of the interesting things about the Great Lakes is there are hundreds of shipwrecks all over the bottom of all the lakes but Lake Michigan in particular.…

After lunch today we went for our traditional stroll to Harbour Cars, a sports car showroom just down the road from my parents’ house. Naturally, it’s closed on…

Wandering around Lisboa, Portugal, on a windy afternoon of 2013, I saw this small stone fountain nearby the Limoeiro tram station. The droplets were spreading…

Work has been like a roller coaster in an amusement park these days. Ups and downs, sudden twist and turns. I've been coming home feeling like I've been beat…
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