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Roar

One of the guardian statues outside Buda castle, Budapest. Nice flow of lines around the image – taken with LeicaView full post »

I wonder…

….how this shoe got there….taken at one of the palaces in Budapest  View full post »

Edinburgh

A view of the barracks and military prison inside Edinburgh Castle is shown above It was cold in that room – iView full post »

Rodinal TMAX 400 Stand Development

Rodinal

I finally got the time to process some film shots I had taken in Edinburgh last year – TMax 400 and Tri-X. I hadView full post »

Downtown Craiova

Finally getting round to processing and posting a huge backlog of personal work – the last 6 months has just beenView full post »

Lindisfarne

I took this shot a few months ago on a trip to Lindisfarne – quite a grey and muddy day which adds to the mood ofView full post »

Viața-n libertate ori moarte (Revolution Part 3)

‘Life in Liberty or Death’ The 1989 revolution had a heavy toll on human life. 1104 people died in theView full post »

Noi suntem poporul, jos cu dictatorul! (Revolution, part 2)

‘We are the people, down with the dictator!’ Photo – Piata Universitatii, marking the end of CeausescuView full post »

Desteapta-te, române (Revolution part 1)

‘Wake Up, Romanian’ The events leading up to the revolution of 1989 begin with the austerity measuresView full post »

Romania

My first blog post since re-designing the site and visiting Romania! I visited Romania to photograph a wedding.View full post »

Tunisia Part 5 – Final Thoughts

Tunisia is a wonderful country and I wish I had had more time to explore. A few final images of various parts of theView full post »

Tunisia Part Four – Medina and Eid

Hammamet has an old medina – a walled enclosure that was used in days gone by to protect the population fromView full post »

Tunisia Part 3 – Sunsets

I like watching sunsets but I rarely see photographs that capture them well (my own included). They either seem to beView full post »

Tunisia Part 2 – Soukhs

The soukhs of Tunisia are quite an overwhelming place like most African markets. Hot, sweaty, noisy and constantView full post »

Tunisia

Just returned from a wonderful break in Tunisia where I shot exclusively film and 21mm lenses (wide angles). I hadn&#View full post »

21mm – Shooting with the Skopar

Sun is out and managed to get hold of a wide angle for the M9. The Leica 21mm f3.4 looks like a stunner but I plumpedView full post »

Leica M6

I recently added the Leica M6 to the collection – a film camera. It’s been a long long time since I lastView full post »

An old camera

A few shots here – taken on an Olympus RC35 which is at the end of its life – most shots have light leakageView full post »

Monochrom APO 50

Monochrom and APO 50

It’s been an interesting month – Amanda has been poorly, the weather has been…English….and theView full post »

Bicycles

Taken in one of the sites at Cambridge University – classic image of bicycles in Cambridge. I particularly likeView full post »

Cambridge

Long time no posts. Day job has been seriously hectic and the little time I have had has been trying to get shots inView full post »

A good friend

One of the things we learn in life is the value of true friendship. People come and go in our lives and some leave for aView full post »

Snow White

Freezing cold in the Uk the last few weeks – and bitterly cold (-15) last weekend!! Brrrrrrr…. Grabbed a fewView full post »

Early morning Haze

Taken yesterday morning – woodland path with the most amazing haze/fog in the air. Leica M9, Summicron 50mm.View full post »

Snow

Since the internet will be awash with snow photos, I thought I would add my contribution 🙂 Spent yesterday walkingView full post »

Country Path

An early morning shot of a simple country path – Leica m9, voigtlander 35mm, f1.2 (taken at f8) The rendition ofView full post »

Blisworth, England

A simple scene – pretty much straight from camera with minimal tweaks – when it looks this good, not muchView full post »

Leica M9 Noctilux Summicron

The Noctilux tree

An absolutely awesome tree in Wollaton – the light was reasonable the other day and managed to get some nice depthView full post »

Attenborough

Attenborough is a local nature reserve  close to where I live. As well as being a home to many birds it is also aView full post »

Firestarter

A couple of shots of some fire breathers and jugglers in Nottingham city centre (Leica M9, 35mm Summicron) – quiteView full post »

Occupy Nottingham

As of the 27th of December, the Occupy Nottingham camp has been in place for 74 days. Protesting primarily against theView full post »

Walk in the Park

A few shots of the children at the local woods and lake – processed to mimic tri-x film for a very classic lookView full post »