Girafferacing's PhotoBlog

Finally I found some time to develop the large format negatives I shot at Pin Mill last week. I’m still learning as I go, but it’s very gratifying to be able to…

When we visited Ely Cathedral today we were surprised to find a new addition in the nave. This seven metre globe is called Gaia and is an installation by the…

With a few days off before we head down to Goodwood for the Festival of Speed, we decided to do some day trips this week, starting off at Ightham Mote in Kent.…

Haverhill Silver Band gave their first performance since early 2020 today at the Haverhill Show so I went along to listen and take photos for the band. The…

I’ve had very few chances to practise aviation photography in the last year but today’s flying display at Duxford gave me an excuse to bring out my long lens…

I used a much needed day off to go exploring today, heading up to the River Orwell in Suffolk. I followed my nose along the river, following it from the Orwell…

The free day before my music course began in Wales this week was a wonderful luxury – an opportunity to take my time and do whatever I wanted. AS well as the…

When I visited St. John’s Church, Duxford earlier this month I also took along my pinhole camera for some slower exposures. This time I went armed with some…

One of the joys of staying at Llanerchindda (apart from the wonderful view, great welcome and fabulous food!) is seeing the four-legged residents – namely…

After more than a year’s hiatus I’m finally back on the road for work and my first big trip brought me across the border to Wales. I arrived early, allowing me…

So often I pop a film camera in my bag as an extra item, even though I know I take better photos when I focus fully on either digital or film photography. One…

My plan for this morning was to spend some time using my pinhole camera to capture some colour among the flower beds in Audley End’s parterre garden. Sadly, the…

When I visited St. John’s Church in Duxford, back in March, I knew I’d be returning to have another go at photographing its beautiful architecture. This morning…

The buttercups were late blooming at Hatfield Forest this year, but after an unseasonably cold spring they’re now putting on a magnificent show, shrouding the…

I missed the return of the Red Poll cattle to Hatfield Forest last year as we were closed because of Covid. At the beginning of this month they came back once…

During my recent visits to Brightlingsea and Hawkedon I shot some pinhole photos alongside my digital camera. The majority of my pinhole work is in monochrome,…

The latest easing of the Covid-19 restrictions brought us the opportunity to visit family in Sussex so we took the chance to drop in to the Weald and Downland…

The weather may have been unseasonably blustery and rainy today, but that wasn’t going to stop me heading out for some quality photography time on my day off. I…

We made another visit to Duxford today, although on this occasion there were very few things taking to the skies. The hangars are still closed at the moment,…
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