Tag: landscape

2019 – Year in Review

So that was not just the end of another year but the end of a decade – and what a decade it’s been. In the past ten years our political, economic and environmental landscape has changed beyond recognition. In 2010 Boris Johnson was ‘just’ the mayor of London and preparing

2018 – Year in Review

As is traditional as the end of another year approaches here are some of my favourite images captured during 2018 – one for each month of the year – some are re-edits, some already published and others new images not shown on here. January is of Kirstin Gribbin shot at

Wednesday 10th October 2018

One week ago today, Wednesday 10th October 2018 was, as the forecasters say, “unseasonably warm” here in the UK.  October is typically a fairly cool time with the autumn season usually being well underway. During this month, the average temperature is 12°C – that’s 4°C cooler than in September and

A Finger and Two Legs

The second half of 2017 became a nightmare of an artistic block for me photographically.  A couple of disastrous shoots (which maybe I’ll talk about sometime) and some difficult times personally meant I ended up not writing about, and barely actually doing any, photography for nearly six months! But, it’s

Friday Foto 28 IV 17

It’s usually Autumn that has the riot of colours in woods and forests that makes creating images at that time of year such a rewarding time for photographers. However, if you get your timing right with the light and are lucky to be in the right place Spring too has

Friday Foto 14/21 IV 17

Four photos this week to make up missing last Friday altogether. Still messing about with the Fujifilm X100F. I have to say it’s taking some getting used to. Focus seems slower than the X100T and I don’t know why. Make no mistake, this is a very capable camera but like any

Fujifilm X100F First Impressions

I’ve had the latest version of Fujifilm’s X100 series, the ‘F’, for a few weeks now. Life being what it is, i.e. busy, I’ve sadly not had the chance to use it as much as I’d hoped but here are my first impressions with a few images of and from the camera. This

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