Day 335: Icicle
Some miniature icicles on the front of my friends 4x4 up in Penrith. Arguably I look more dramatic photos today; ones of fog sitting in the valley are very...
posted on Nov. 30, 2008
Day 334: Man and Dog
Not quite a man and his dog but a man and his friend's dog; shortly before said dog decided to take a dip in the lake. This was a relatively unusual situation...
posted on Nov. 29, 2008
Day 333: Theme of the Week
Photographing lights in the ceiling of trains has appeared as a sudden theme of the week. This one was another that I had planned for some time but finally got...
posted on Nov. 28, 2008
Day 332: Particians
A photo that I had planned for a long time; the light in a train. I had put off taking this photo for as long - I usually use the train at the end of a night...
posted on Nov. 27, 2008
Day 331: Another Conservatory
This is a photo that I have taken before, but very slightly differently. It is of the Great Conservatory at Syon Park, during Enchanted Woodland, when they...
posted on Nov. 26, 2008
Day 330: The Alley
Another photo that I had been planning for a while. My normal tripod is out of action at the moment because I let a friend take a couple of shots at the weekend...
posted on Nov. 25, 2008
Day 329: 42 Grams - Casarecce
Another in the 42 Grams series and a special one. The pack of pasta that kick started the whole idea - the interesting and unusual casarecce.
posted on Nov. 24, 2008
Day 328: Modern Art
I decided to combine meeting a friend for a drink in London with a photography trip to the Tate Modern in particular the Turbine Hall. Each year a large...
posted on Nov. 23, 2008
Day 327: International Services
A little hunting around for a photo today; in the end I was wandering through St Pancras and noticed an angle I hadn't paid any attention to before.
posted on Nov. 22, 2008
Day 326: Gold
The rather cool artist Jon Burgerman (www.jonburgerman.com/) was at my offices for the first few days of this week drawing a giant 4-sided artwork, that has...
posted on Nov. 21, 2008
Day 325: Yellow & Black
Another photo that had been in the offing since January when I took a macro picture of an orange. I tried some photos re-creating that but also tried out a few...
posted on Nov. 20, 2008
Day 324: Precision
The benefit of living under a flight path is that there is always a steady flow of lights, perfect for some long exposure work. This was a nine minute exposure...
posted on Nov. 19, 2008
Day 323: Shallow Crust Pizza
A photo in the same position as a previous picture but the finished article rather than a work in progress. A thin crust pizza with very shallow depth of field.
posted on Nov. 18, 2008
Day 322: Falling Leaves in Training
A photo I had planned for a while, looking up towards a street light through a tree with decaying leaves.
posted on Nov. 17, 2008
Day 321: More Decay
The leaf I obtained last month has just curled up into a dull green blob rather than turning through a series of photogenic colours to dark brown; so to...
posted on Nov. 16, 2008
Day 320: The City at Night
A photo today based upon a location (and frankly idea) from one of my Flickr contacts. It was a building that I hadn't spotted before but caught my eye. It is...
posted on Nov. 15, 2008
Day 319: Friday at the Office
This is a picture I had planned for a while, since the clocks first changed. However since I first thought about it, I've forgotten the original composition...
posted on Nov. 14, 2008
Day 318: Peroni
A good day for the project today. While killing time before meeting up with colleagues I took a couple of nice pictures of some offices at night; but in the end...
posted on Nov. 13, 2008
Day 317: Shell
A photo I had been planning for quite a while - the glow from this petrol station (featured twice before, although one is rather abstract) attracts the lens -...
posted on Nov. 12, 2008