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

Seeing in Black and White

I very much enjoy black and white photography but am conscious that I tend to rely on instinct rather than on any particular skill or technique. I’ve read a little on the subject… Continue reading

New Beginnings

We Brits are well known for our love of talking about the weather.  This year it was the long, grey, cold winter that became a regular feature of our conversations, and there was… Continue reading