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Following my long drive west to Lyme Regis I followed my usual pattern of taking a walk along the Cobb, the town’s huge Victorian harbour wall. Unfortunately,…

Back in August I took my little Olympus Trip 35 out with me when we went to the Knebworth Classic Car Show. Not only was the camera new to me, but the film I…

As I continue my adventures in film photography, I was recently inspired to give a good home to one more camera, completing my trilogy of rangefinders. A good…

Late every summer these scarlet lilies burst forth in our garden, providing a beautiful splash of colour. Walking past them today I noticed these perfect curls…

My work has brought me to the High Leigh conference centre at Hoddesdon this weekend, although that hasn’t left a lot of time for photography. I escaped for the…

Sometimes a little photographic inspiration is needed, so I visited Tate Modern today to for exactly that. The current exhibition there, The Shape of Light,…

After a busy day spent wrangling piles of music I allowed myself half an hour of relaxation in our garden with the local birdlife. I tucked myself between the…

It’s amazing how quickly the seasons change – it may happen every year but it still takes me by surprise. At Hatfield Forest today I noticed a definite change…

I regularly pass this run down old outbuilding and have meant to stop and photograph it many time. Given its rather ramshackle state I thought I’d better do…

For day three of Woodfest my work duties were rather different. I spent the morning hiring out rowing boats on our lake, followed by an afternoon at the…

I went into work early this afternoon to spend some time on my photography role for a couple of hours without having to worry about the more mundane tasks I’d…

I spent a happy half hour in our garden this afternoon, observing the comings and goings of the local honey bees. They love our sedums, which have recently come…

It’s been nine whole months since I last visited Colchester Zoo so I returned today, with my friend Moira for company. The weather was cool and drizzly at first…

During a stroll round Bishop’s Stortford this afternoon I turned up a side road I’ve never explored before. At the top of the hill stood an intriguing looking…

I had another one of those days today, when photographic opportunities didn’t really present themselves. However, when I got home I made the most of the fading…

Traditionally, if you wanted to get in your school teacher’s good books the gift to present to them was an apple. That said, I was never presented with one…
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