Girafferacing's PhotoBlog

Today felt like a proper adventure, with an hour’s drive to Suffolk to collect a musical instrument for a work gig – the furthest I’ve travelled in months! My…

I’ve walked through Linnets Wood, in Ugley Green, a couple of times but never really explored it properly. This morning I returned with the Rolleiflex (on its…

I’ve spent very little time exploring Alsa Woods this winter, largely because it’s been so wet – there’s very little joy to be found in wading knee-deep in mud!…

Lucy has a definite routine, depending on the season. At this time of year her daytime resting place is on the bed in our spare room, while in the evening she…

Most of my recent lockdown walk photography has been shot at 35mm (the focal length of my Fuji X100) so I took a different approach today and took a long lens…

I had to visit Ware today so naturally I used this as an excuse to take my daily lockdown walk somewhere other than our village. Walking back to the car, I…

My focus during my walk this morning was trying out some more double exposures using my Fuji. I’m still learning about what works best for this sort of…

My photos today are completely unrelated and taken in different places, but they seemed to have a connection to me. This morning William was sitting on our…

Earlier this month I succumbed to temptation and bought myself a Rollei 35S camera. I’ll share some photos of it soon, but I do at least have my first roll of…

I threw out some mealworms in the garden this morning for the visiting birds who prefer to forage on the ground. Just after lunch I spotted William, our pied…

I’ve been trying to find ways to take more creative photos this year, partly through the daily pinhole project I did in January. While I’m not shooting pinhole…

It may have felt like a very long winter, but there’s nothing better to make you feel spring might just be on its way than the sight of a carpet of snowdrops.…

For several years now blue tits have raised young in our nest box, and periodically they pop back to inspect their home for the coming year. In recent weeks…

Today was a real bone chiller for my shift at Hatfield Forest – a high of minus two, with several degrees of windchill on top. Having done my duties around the…

In recent weeks we’ve gained a new regular visitor to our garden – a juvenile Pied Wagtail. Most days I’ve seen it bobbing around, snapping up tasty morsels and…

In the autumn I signed up for the Analogue Wonderbox film subscription service at Analogue Wonderland, my favourite shop for all things film related. With the…
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