Recently I've been spending more time with my iPhone and two apps called Halide 2 and Darkroom
Photography, Projects and more
Could this be the start of a new project type thing?
Night mode unleashed in my second instalment of Urban Fabric
A very quick post today really just to say Merry Christmas everyone and I really hope you have a good one despite the difficulties we are facing right now. Oh and you might notice I've given this site a facelift!
It is the first day of lockdown and I decided to take some exercise along with my camera and tripod. I just had to take advantage of the foggy conditions too.
Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best. The back of my car, taken on my iPhone
A short ramble along the local stretch of the canal this morning yielded some great results
I love the Surrey Hills, I live about 30 minutes away from the area, it's one of our favourite places and so I am now scouting out locations for future workshops. A new project begins...
Here in Farnborough we have an annual Classic Car gathering which I hadn't been to before. It was pretty good and I captured some images that I'm really pleased with.
A photographic roundup of the garden, November 2020
The iron church was built in 1883 as the instigation of the Rev. Alfred Ceasar Bishop M.A. (the rector of Bramdean) in order that the commoners, charcoal burners and gypsy itinerants who used Bramdean Common were able to attend a church.
It seems hard to believe that just outside of modern day Reading is a site that remains relatively unchanged by time and mankind. That place is Silchester...
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