It’s been a while since I have posted any photography to the blog. I’m afraid this is simply because I have been snowed under both with my studies and with our forthcoming house move. This picture was taken from Hungerford Footbridge in central London and while I’ve taken many images from that bridge and posted
Do you feel like Christmas is creeping up on you by stealth this year? That’s the position I have found myself in, but in the past couple of days I’ve mentally prepared myself for the task ahead. In fact we sat down as a family and watched Home Alone last night so that’s a sign
When I was at college, there was one piece of advice we were given when it came to photography: Always look around you and try to get a different viewpoint. If I hadn’t followed the advice I’d been given as a student, I’d have missed this coastal landscape.
Like most people, my world shrunk during the COVID-19 pandemic. I’ve spent much of the time living in about 10 square kilometres which is why this image is so significant. I took it earlier this week when I paid my first night-time visit to London in 18 months.