Textures, Backgrounds, Backdrops, colours
Exactly what the title says, some textures and backgrounds. I find great pleasure in taking photos of mundane, every day things and seeing what I would normally...
posted on Oct. 17, 2012
A Walk in Trent Park, London
This green and natural series was taken in Trent Park in London - Camlet Moat. A few of us, members of the Emin, Barnet in London branch, went for a days walk...
posted on July 22, 2012
A few shots I took when I was out with a bunch of Stock Photographers earlier this year. We meet up two or three times a year and go somewhere simply to shoot...
posted on July 04, 2012
Some bits n bobs
Just a few shots that I have on my hard drive that I took recently. They don't go together and they aren't part of any particular theme or set. But I like them...
posted on July 03, 2012
The Magic of Numbers
I decided to set myself a couple of photography projects this year. Not a 365, although I did toy with that. I decided that I would focus on a few particular...
posted on Jan. 08, 2012
What goes on behind walls?
Even ugly, neglected, unnoticed is beautiful.
posted on Jan. 04, 2012
Bicycle bicycle bicycle
I want to ride my bicycle bicycle bicycle I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride my bike I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride it where I like
posted on Jan. 02, 2012
Colour is the first cloak of force. Make of that what you will. Just be certain that colour has meaning and has properties…
posted on Jan. 01, 2012
A foggy head
You can fill your brain with facts and figures but if you don’t allow your mind to dip in and make something of these, then your brain is just full of mist and...
posted on Nov. 22, 2011
If you close the door on reality it WILL come in through the windows
posted on Nov. 21, 2011
The food off my plate...
My dogs, they look at me sometimes with that look, and I think maybe deep down inside they must know exactly how I feel. But then, maybe they just want the food...
posted on Nov. 16, 2011
Beauty in dying
I have always looked upon decay as being just as wonderful and rich an expression of life as growth ~ Henry Miller Absolutely right.
posted on Nov. 15, 2011
DEDICATION In the weakness of oneself is a strength, which nothing can bind, that endures even us. The incredible recovery and the urge to try again. To renew...
posted on Nov. 14, 2011
Of Things Given To Me… In the garden I see a tree. It stands firm and resolute, asking nothing, serving well, and the thought that it sends and gives to me is...
posted on Nov. 09, 2011
Waunifor - a real gem of a place
Waunifor. A most beautiful place to visit. I spent a full week here as an attendee to a seminar being run by the Ruby Care Foundation people. A most amazing...
posted on Nov. 07, 2011
Flowers from my mums garden
My mother lives in Wales, somewhere in Carmarthen. An unpronouncable somewhere that begins with double L and has a y and a w in it somewhere (I think) and...
posted on Nov. 06, 2011
The Law of Two in London
What can I say about London? It’s big, it’s sprawling, it has amazing photography opportunities around every single corner. I love it and I hate it. I love...
posted on Nov. 03, 2011
Enfield Albany and Durrants Park
Isn't mist just perfect for taking moody and atmospheric shots? Love it! Always happens just as Summer turns to Autumn. Very mysterious. Mysterious mist.
posted on Nov. 01, 2011
Some more floral photos
My son's grandparents have a very small, but very beautiful garden. I love visiting it as it has a very peaceful atmosphere to it. Of course, as soon as my boys...
posted on Oct. 29, 2011