The City at Night

One of the things our photography tutor often says is that we should always have a camera with us, even if it is just the one on our phone.  That makes a lot of sense;… Continue reading

On the Streets of London

Street photography. Candid shots of strangers. Capturing a fleeting moment, an interaction. This was our photography task last week and a style that was not only completely alien to me but also terrified… Continue reading

Holding on to Summer

Having recently started a new photography course with Kent Adult Education, I now have ‘homework’ to complete each week! Last weekend I decided to visit Ightham Mote to take some shots using the… Continue reading

At the end of the day

Like many people, I love the time around sunset – the colours, the dramatic stacks of clouds, the silhouettes.  My images are rarely able to capture the moment in its full glory –… Continue reading

Tree Time

At the risk of sounding a bit geeky, I have to admit that I find trees fascinating!  Setting aside all the positive environmental and science stuff (production of oxygen, erosion control etc.), from my perspective as someone… Continue reading

In the Rockies II

Photo 1 was taken at Fishercap Lake and photo 2 is a view from Going-to-the-Sun Road, both in Glacier National Park, Montana. Calgary is my usual destination on my Canadian trips and is ideally situated… Continue reading

Beauty and Strength

Whenever I am in the mountains, I am amazed at the resilience of the wildflowers and plants.  Many of them look very delicate but somehow survive the tough mountain conditions.   All of… Continue reading


Some of my favourite images include water.  I love playing with reflections, capturing the scene in its entirety or in a more abstract, mysterious photo.  I enjoy photographing a moment of calm beside… Continue reading

In the Rockies

Those of you who know me well will already be aware that I lived in Canada for several years and that I very much enjoy my return visits. I love spending time with… Continue reading

Fields, Flowers and Finding the Way

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you may have noticed that I have one particular talent; I’m brilliant at getting lost! The plan was simple enough. I would leave the… Continue reading