Tag Archives: Photography

Shafts of light

Our recent day out on the south coast started with sea mist and sea fog. It hung around into the afternoon and then finally started to clear so we took the scenic route home along the coast and near Beachy … Continue reading

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Faces in the window

A day trip yesterday to the Towner Gallery in Eastbourne to see the exhibition: A Green and Pleasant Land that ‘focuses on artists who have shaped our understanding of the British landscape and its relationship to identity, place and time‘. … Continue reading

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Kingley Vale

I took a break from posting over Christmas and New Year (as will be obvious to those who follow me) and it’s proving surprisingly difficult to get back to normality. I could list a quite a few reasons for that … Continue reading

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The Christmas holiday is almost upon us and whatever your faith or belief it is a welcome break from the daily grind of life. A time to relax and get together with friends and families. Right now, we seem to … Continue reading

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One four two

I guess some of you are thinking, the numbering system surely should be 1,2,3, etc; so what’s 1,4,2 mean? The answer is – I don’t know. Haven’t a clue. This was on the exterior of a building in central London … Continue reading

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Cold Decembers

We’ve had a cold snap (as we call it) in the UK. Snowfall over much of the midlands and north of there, although south of London we had frost but no snow. The image above was shot on the iPhone … Continue reading

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People watching

We were back at Tate Modern recently to see a superb exhibition of the work of Modigliani. As always there was time to indulge in people watching in the Turbine Hall. Standing on the walkway and just watching the shifting … Continue reading

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