Continuing on with revealing some of my "Lost Collection" (see The Shadow Man for further explanation) here's a shot from the Northumberland coast - Breaking down barriers I remember having to have a couple of cracks at this shot - as it's a long exposure shot, I had to wait until the wind died down to stop … Continue reading Breaking down barriers
Today I have a new addition to my Seascapes gallery - Golden Sands This image is a shot of Blyth beach in Northumberland, with a famous little Lighthouse sitting on the horizon... Anyone know what it's called..? (That's a bit of an "in" joke; read my blog Going back to my roots…… for a touch of insight) … Continue reading Golden Sands of Northumberland
One of my very first blogs on this site was called Oh to be in Venice! where I recalled my trip to Rome, Florence and Venice. I ultimately ended up proposing to my future wife on the Rialto Bridge on our last night, so the country definitely has a place in my heart. After finding my lost … Continue reading A return to Italy
Monday mornings are supposed to be dull and dreary affairs; the kind of day that you just want to end as soon as it's begun. My wife-to-be woke up this morning expecting my usual caveman-esque grunt, but instead I woke her up with a kiss, a "Good Morning!" and a glint in my eye. I … Continue reading The Shadow Man
Greetings from inside the belly of the beast! As the Beast from the East is currently tearing through the country, and everyone is no doubt huddling around the fireplace drinking Horlicks, I thought I'd post a couple of new photos. I got caught up in the storm yesterday and only managed to get a couple … Continue reading Northumberlandia in the snow
Sometimes a photo really isn't up to much when you first look at it. It's all too easy to scroll past an image after barely glancing at it, and move onto the next one; leaving it to dwindle and ultimately die on your hard-drive. I've done it myself. These next two images nearly died. At … Continue reading Passion in art and photography
When you have an hour to spare, it's enough time to get the camera out...
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