Category Archives: Print Archive

Corrugated Light

When the tide goes out on a gently sloping sandy beach accompanied by a subtle on-shore breeze, and water gets trapped in the sand’s wrinkles, and the light is just right, then there are images to be found. This was shot … Continue reading

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Corridor

It’s quite a while since I posted an image from my Print Archive, so here’s another one for you from 1972. Actually I should qualify that statement – the original image was taken in 1972. At the time I was … Continue reading

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Leader of the Band

I’ve recently photographed another batch of my old 20 x 16 inch exhibition prints from thirty to forty years ago. It’s been a surprisingly successful and quick way to breathe life into old black and white work that otherwise might … Continue reading

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Just Chatting

It’s a while since I posted an image from my old Print Archive. This image was taken at Budleigh Salterton on the South Coast of England in the late 1970s. It was late afternoon and our children were carefully selecting … Continue reading

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The improbable ridge

Mountains attract drama. Mountains are also cloud magnets. The higher the mountain, the greater the drama. Click the image to see a larger and sharper version. This is the Almagellhorn (10,815ft) in the Saas Fee valley, Valais Alps, Switzerland. Not … Continue reading

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Bridge

Music outdoors in the summer is an established feature across many countries. As I write Glastonbury is about to kick off – and it’s raining.  It always rains for Glastonbury – mud is part of the experience. Forty years ago … Continue reading

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Lazy Sunday Afternoon

Who remembers the ‘Small Faces’?  They were a great British Rock and Roll band from the 1960s. One of their most famous songs was ‘Lazy Sunday’ [1968] and the chorus went: ‘Lazy sunday afternoon, I’ve got no mind to worry, … Continue reading

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