22nd April 2018

Zen and the Art of Wildlife Photography

I find photography Zen-like. Concentrating on the subject, composing the shot and making fine adjustments to the settings is totally absorbing. It distracts me from the troubles of the world. […]
24th January 2018

Be Prepared

Be Prepared for the worst the weather can throw at you Suffering for art is not something I believe in; I like being comfortable. Most of my favourite images happened […]
27th May 2017

What is a photo good for?

1.2 trillion images were taken last year. This gigantic quantity of photographs is unimaginable. Perhaps you consider your shot an insignificant droplet in this Noachian deluge of images. But, every […]
29th November 2016

Lindisfarne

This morning I tumbled out of bed at just after five. I headed northwards to  beautiful Holy Island, or Lindisfarne. An early morning photo-shoot on the island takes a bit […]
6th November 2016

Farther Down the Road

As said in my last post, I sometimes take my camera with me on my early morning spin. It’s inevitable that the best sunrises happen on the days I leave […]
16th August 2016

Grey Heron

When I was at junior school I went on a science field trip and the teacher was complaining about grey herons. “Apart from humans,” he said, “grey heron are the […]
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