Category Archives: Black & White

Red Van

I have said, and others have also said, that when we travel to a place we take images that are ‘of’ that place, and we also take images that happen to be taken ‘at’ that place but are not really … Continue reading

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Choices

Life is full of choices from the life-changing decisions of which career path to follow, to the mundane of which shirt shall I wear today. Photography is no different. We constantly make choices about the direction of travel of our … Continue reading

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Glass Screen

Visiting a coastal town at or near high tide can limit the number of opportunities for shoreline photography, and on this occasion forced me inland to explore the town centre. This was the case last weekend when we re-visited Worthing, … Continue reading

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Cuckmere Haven at dusk

The WordPress Reader may destroy the composition of this image – so if you are viewing it in the Reader and don’t see people (on the left) and cottages (on the right) as intended – and understandably think what a … Continue reading

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Gossamer Threads

Here’s something you don’t see very often, if at all. Gossamer threads at ground level. This image was taken on our short walk on the South Downs as seen in the previous post – click here to view. My wife … Continue reading

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Walker plus one

An image shot in London a few months ago. A grab shot as I was surveying the reflections higher up and spotted this fellow moving into the scene.

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The Face at the Window

This is an original, unprocessed RAW image captured a few days ago. The exterior surfaces of our house’s windows and doors  are being re-painted and I must thank my wife who spotted the potential in this scene and said I … Continue reading

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