Girafferacing's PhotoBlog

I escaped into the sunshine today, with a visit to Wimpole Hall. Astonishingly, it’s eighteen months since I last visited this beautiful Georgian building. High…

I may not have been posting as many pictures here as once I did, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been taking photos. Today I went for a stroll through Alsa…

I love having an excuse to walk the streets of London with my camera, especially when the sun is shining. This morning I gave myself ninety minutes to do the…

After my visit to Pembroke College Chapel today I went for a stroll around Cambridge. Being a Saturday afternoon, the main streets were full of shoppers so I…

After an absence of seven months I returned to Cambridge today, for a little architectural photography. My first destination was Pembroke College, the first…

It seems a lifetime since I had the opportunity to do some bird photography with good light to help me, but the opportunity finally came today. I drove over to…

Woodlands are the common element in my photos today. My first task of the day was a walk at Hatfield Forest, to monitor how the paths are coping with the winter…

The weather’s been a little milder this week, so I took the opportunity to spend some time in the garden this afternoon. My aim was to photograph the local bird…

I drive through the village of Littlebury whenever I head northwards from home, and have been intending to stop at the church there for years. Today I finally…

While Minehead escaped the worst of the heavy snow last night, the rest of the west country wasn’t so lucky. Sadly, this meant the course I was due to start…

I headed south west, to Minehead, this morning for a recorder orchestra course which starts tomorrow. Heavy snow was forecast for the region later in the day,…

After I finished off at the British Library today, I took a brief detour to Kings Cross Station on my way home. I’ve taken the odd photo of the John McAslan’s…

I’ve only been to the British Library once, seven years ago, but I knew on that occasion that I needed to return with my camera. After spending the whole week…

It’s been a week dominated by necessary but rather dull admin tasks, so I’ve spent what’s felt like an eternity chained to my computer. While the work has to be…

Back in April I started shooting with my new Ondu pinhole camera – the ultimate in low tech photography. The camera itself is a work of art, beautifully…

Astrophotography is rarely simple, but add in the vagaries of the British weather and the possible complications increase. We’re due to see a super blood moon…
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