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

H2O

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

Back Around the Corner

On a lovely summer evening, I decided to head back to Milton Creek Park.  Having previously been there in the morning, several hours after sunrise, I wanted to see how the park looked in softer… Continue reading

Marmite Photography

I am not quite sure when we started describing people or things as being ‘like marmite’ but I do know that I am as guilty of it as anyone else!  It is a… Continue reading

Wandering in Whitstable

With some good weather finally on the cards, I decided to take my camera on a trip to the seaside.  I had not taken many photos at the coast, and didn’t know my… Continue reading

Just Around the Corner

A busy schedule and a slight addiction to Wimbledon have meant that my camera and I have not strayed far from home since our Durham trip and I wasn’t sure if I was going to… Continue reading

“A Perfect Little City”

That is how Bill Bryson describes Durham in his Notes from a Small Island.  I have never read the book but, as a former Durham student, have that quote firmly embedded in my… Continue reading