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You can find further examples of my work on my gallery page, Flickr and Instagram.

Monday, 8 December 2014

Bradford on Avon Christmas Lights at night

Here are some night time shots of Bradford on Avon taken over the weekend.

The camera was balanced on walls, bins or posts. Exposure time between 1 and 4 seconds depending on the available light.

Sunday, 7 December 2014

Winter sun

Yesterday, I did something I haven't done for a while, which was to take an amble around Bradford on Avon with my camera. The light was beautiful. 

It's difficult not to take the same image that has been taken many times before in your hometown, but sometimes the light makes it worthwhile. 

Saturday, 1 November 2014


It's November 1st and I could almost venture out in a  T-Shirt without feeling cold.

The sun + autumn leaves = irresistible urge to go on a walk with a camera.

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Roll 37 and 38 / 52 Rolls of Film (Leica MP, Kodak Elite Chrome)

Hot on the heels of Roll 36 are more photos from sunny Sicily. More Baroque splendour for you to savour....

Roll 36 / 52 Rolls of Film (Leica MP, Elite Chrome)

Three rolls of film have been developed and so the long wait is over...

The two photos from this roll were taken on our recent holiday in Sicily in the beautiful town of Noto.

The town was destroyed by an earthquake in 1693 and was completely rebuilt in the Baroque style.

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Where are my rolls?

It's been some time since I last posted any new rolls of film. No doubt you are all waiting with bated breath for the next instalment of my 52 Rolls challenge....

I have had Roll 35 developed but didn't feel any photos were worthy of sharing. 

Meanwhile, four rolls are currently being developed at Jessops and so there will be a feast of film to share very soon. 

It's part of film's charm. It's not immediate like digital. It requires patience both in terms of thinking about how to best take the photo and then waiting for the results - not knowing how they will turn out....

Thursday, 7 August 2014

Roll 33 and 34 / 52 Rolls of Film (Leica MP, Kodak Ektar 100 and TMax 400)

One of the great secrets of Bath and its wonderful skyline walk is Smallcombe Cemetery.

I stumbled upon it a few years ago and I love to return and walk amongst the gravestones nestled in one of Bath's beautiful valleys.

The volunteers who are currently looking after the cemetery have organised a photo competition as part of a National Lottery bid to help them preserve this corner of an English field.

Here are a selection of my entries... fingers crossed that I get a prize!


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