Monthly Archives: December 2014

A wintry day

Being in a seasonal mood, I thought I’d continue yesterday’s wintry theme with another image from December 2009, when the Christmas holidays were somewhat snow-clad.  I remember that the thickness of the snow varied hugely even over a small area, … Continue reading

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White Christmas

We don’t often seem to get a white Christmas in south-east England, which for those people travelling about over the holiday period is probably a welcome relief!  However, back in 2009 when I was living just outside London, we did … Continue reading

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Towering skyscraper

Today’s image was taken about five years’ ago on a trip to New York City.  Nothing in the UK can quite prepare you for the abundance of tall buildings towering above you in the city, and I reckon I spent … Continue reading

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Food, glorious food!

I am hugely excited to be the new artist-in-residence at the Guildhall Library in the City of London, from spring 2015.  I am reproducing below an invitation which the library are issuing to people and organisations based in the City, … Continue reading

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Old to new

Credit where credit is due today – although I took this photo, it was actually my partner who spotted the scene and pointed it out to me when we were in Philadelphia a few years ago.  It was the careful … Continue reading

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Sources of light

When exploring new places, I spend a lot of time looking up – it’s amazing what you notice when you look above you.  Today’s image at first glance appears very simply to be of a chandelier, but what I like … Continue reading

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Rising from the rubble…?

Some friends of ours recently came to visit us in London from out of town, and were amazed by the number of cranes they could see from our apartment window.  They started counting them, but gave up when they hit … Continue reading

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