A project to capture something a little bit British… When asked if I’d take some photos of this event, held on the 10th and 11th August 2019, my imagination started to come up with all sorts of ideas of a Martin Parr-esque study of a microcosm of British life. What
Long story alert! When I first started using digital, back in 1999, with Kodak cameras, then a brief foray using Canon’s first D30 and then D60 DSLRs, I took the plunge and due to good pricing at the time, jumped straight into the Nikon camp in 2002 (whatever the Nikon
From the Tyne bridge in Newcastle. This is a unique inland colony of Kittiwakes, who take advantage of every available nesting site on and around the Tyne bridge and Baltic Mill. Manages to grab a couple of shots with my phone whilst the youngster below was being sheltered by the parent.
Having been tipped off by my daughter that there was a foal and it’s mother fairly close to home, I though I’d nip out and take a look. Sure enough, a foal! Now that I’d found the foal, I waited for ‘interesting’ stuff to happen. Sure enough, after a while,
This image of a wild otter, was taken on the Isle of Mull in October 2008. There were at least 3 otters feeding at the head of a sea loch at around mid-day, feasting on butterfish. Carefully following their progress across seaweed strewn rocks (*not so carefully), I encountered this adult
Photography. Fascinating. No matter what our photographic interest is, no matter how long we have taken to set-up the shot, wait for the subject, analyse the scene, make a decision about the light; once the shutter is pressed, the moment is captured. It’s a static representation of a moment in