Tag Archives: perspective

Looking down the arcade

Burlington Arcade, just off Piccadilly, is one of my favourite shopping spaces in London.  I say that, though I should perhaps stress that it’s “window shopping” as my budget generally doesn’t stretch to any of the items on sale!  Nonetheless, … Continue reading

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The Brooklyn Bridge

I’ve visited New York City only three times, but I very quickly fell in love with the Brooklyn Bridge.  Maybe it’s partly because it has such an iconic status, and has featured in so many movies.  But I think it’s … Continue reading

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Patterns in the garden

I’m fascinated, as you know, by patterns.  It’s one of many subjects we will be covering at the photography course I’m running at Ham House in south London on 3rd October (there are still a few places available!). Today’s picture … Continue reading

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View through glass

Photographing those “little details”, which you might normally miss in a scene, intrigues me as you know.  I think it is because they challenge you to look at something in a new way. Today’s picture did that twice over.  First, … Continue reading

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Stepping into the dark

I took this image at an event I shot near home.  It was a super party, with lots of fun, laughter, banter and excitement.  I’d stepped outside for a few moments, partly just to get a breath of air, and … Continue reading

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Snapshots of lives

Yesterday morning, I was up at 3am.  This, I hasten to add, is an unusual occurrence as I’m not at my best in the wee small hours, and I tend to take a good while to get moving at that … Continue reading

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Heroes and villains

I guess that I risk putting people off reading further if I mention that this post refers to Titanic.  There has, after all, been so much written and broadcast over the past weeks about the event as we mark its hundredth … Continue reading

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