Hucking Estate (Part 2)

As promised last week, here are the rest of my images from Hucking Estate, near Hollingbourne in Kent.  You will find a short account of my visit and a little more information about… Continue reading

Hucking Estate (Part 1)

I have always said that my current home – I have moved around quite a bit over the years – is pretty well located.  Depending on the direction in which I travel, I… Continue reading

Sweeps Festival

The annual Sweeps Festival has returned to the city of Rochester, Kent, this weekend.  The Festival, now in its 36th year, recalls the traditional holiday enjoyed by chimney sweeps in the 19th Century.… Continue reading

Bluebell

As usual, I am spending a lot of time out and about with the camera, but almost exclusively for a college project.  This time, I am staying close to home and photographing Milton… Continue reading

Experimenting with Spring

For our most recent photography club meeting, the theme was spring.  Inspired by M. and S., who had brought close-up images to our previous meeting, I decided to experiment with still life.  It’s… Continue reading

Early Morning

I hope to have some new images to share with you soon, but have had to put those on hold for a bit.  In the meantime, here is one that was taken in… Continue reading

Shorne Woods

As regular visitors to this blog will be aware, one of my favourite places to visit is Shorne Woods Country Park, near Gravesend.  With approximately 290 acres of woodlands, wetlands and meadows to… Continue reading

Oare Marshes

Oare Marshes is a wetland reserve near Faversham in Kent.  The reserve, managed by Kent Wildlife Trust, is located on the south bank of the Swale, a strip of sea that separates north… Continue reading

Samphire Hoe

It’s been a busy few weeks and my blogging has suffered a bit as a result.  I will do my best to post at least once a week, but please bear with me… Continue reading

Headshots

One of the things I appreciate about the City and Guilds photography course is that it encourages me to try different types of photography and, at times, forces me out of my comfort… Continue reading