I enjoy nothing more, certainly at this time of year when my photographic output takes a dip, to review past photos. So in a new series of posts, that will be published weekly as part of #write52, I am taking picks from my archives and writing about them on an individual basis. First one is this, bride and groom, Vatican City.
I talk a little more about my recent photographs, many of which were taken on a recent trip to Cambridge and surrounding areas. I want to provide an insight into how my photographic eye works and what makes for a good photographic composition. One of the key ingredients to great photos.
Adventures in autumn colour
I'm taking the plunge with my writing and photography and having a bash at Write52 on Twitter. So if you've found me through this Twitter group, here is a short and sweet intro!
Wow this iPad Pro I have just bought is blowing my mind and boosting my productivity. Here is why
Today I caught up with friend and former colleague Stuart for a walk at Ranmore Common near Dorking, Surrey. We walked along part of the North Downs and Pilgrim's Way with a view to capturing the autumn colour. Little did we realise that it's still very much summer in the Surrey Hills! My word it was warm!