Category Archives: landscape
Eighteen months ago I visited North West Scotland on holiday and stayed on Mull with some friends. At about the same time I became aware of the 2010 project for Macmillan Cancer which was accepting photographic entries for a new … Continue reading
Just looking around and the trees are suddenly leafless again. That was a short summer. I took this on my pocket Olympus as I walked down the Wirral Way near Willaston. Time is just flying by…
I had been waiting since the Spring for a few summer days with clear blue skies. Did they happen? Well there was one day in June but the model cancelled at the last minute due to a heavy night clubbing. … Continue reading
Professionally I use a large Canon with various lenses. However while trotting around I have started carrying my old 4mp Olympus. It’s light and enables me to grab photos quickly, in a way that my big camera obtrusively wouldn’t.
As a photographer I have been stopped by security men who think they have the right to stop people taking photographs in public spaces. As they represent the people who own the buildings they believe they have the right to … Continue reading
The bluebells come out at a magic time of year- within a few days of flowering the woodland canopy has emerged from its winter hibernation and the light filters through the lime green glade on to the endless blue carpet. … Continue reading
Crawling round on all fours on a village green on a busy (and sunny) Saturday morning in February is the kind of activity that will get you noticed. However Willaston is a very English village, and very charming with it … Continue reading