Here’s a very simple, if strangely colourful, photograph. I describe it as an Atlantic sunset and I took it on our recent family holiday in Portugal. We were staying in a place that had a terrace with a view looking directly west. When the sun set it offered some amazing views and shortly after the
I appreciate it may be a cliché, but this photograph genuinely represents the corridors of power. Well, okay, corridor of power would be more accurate, but you get the point. It’s the passageway that links the cavernous Westminster Hall with the Central Lobby between the House of Commons and House of Lords at the Palace
Every now and again as I learn new photography skills, I like to re-visit old photographs and see if I can change them. The silhouetted girl in these pictures is my eldest daughter, Helen and I took the picture in 2017 when she was using a climbing frame.
Time and again I have said that flowers make for superb photographic subjects. When I saw this rose at the Italian garden at Hever castle, I was simply drawn to it. The colours really stood out and the arrangement of the petals look incredibly ornate. I had no idea what variety of rose it was
May I introduce you to the sunflower my youngest daughter, Izzy, has been growing for several months. It’s tiny compared to many other sunflower plants I have seen this season and it’s late flowering, but it’s brilliant yellow petals caught my attention. It may be an imperfect sunflower, but it was calling out to have