One of the few New Year resolutions I’ve ever made was this year, and it was to look for photo opportunities characterised as much by areas of dark as by light – a kind of counter to the principle of seeking “good light”, largely because I find the term distasteful, so rather than photography, “writing […]
A simple composition: detail of fallen sycamore seed on tarmac.
Advanced photographic techniques for long exposure landscapes.
One of the fun parts of taking over a garden is waiting to see what comes up – such as these rather pleasant-looking fruit However, something seems to be making a lunch out of my new red cabbages 🙁
Out of focus: patterns of light and shadows of tree leaves.
Philosophical ramblings on the intersection of landscape and documentary photography.
Our efforts keeping the garden well watered in the summer heat seem to be paying off – one of the first strawberries in the sun.
More fruitfulness – the first few tomatoes beginning to grow
walkies in the woods
A few tonnes of airborne water, side-lit by a golden glowing sunset. Nature does it bigger.