A walk through Brighton and the Cuckoo Trail

This February I stayed at Becky’s in East Sussex. One day we shot a roll of film with my Pentax K1000.We walked by the sea in Brighton and found a pretty doorway.Most of that hair of mine is gone now, weird!...more

A British Summer

Old photo time tonight!...more
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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow...

After a mild winter, which gave us only one quick flurry of snow before Christmas, spring finally seemed to be on its way. Bulbs are appearing everywhere, there is blossom on choice trees, I've even seen lambs frolicking in fields. But no, winter hasn't quite finished with us yet. Last night produced the first solid snow fall I've seen since last year's cold spell....more

"Incomplete and a little strange"

“A Ming vase can be well-designed and well-made and is beautiful for that reason alone.  I don’t think this can be true for photography.  Unless there is something a little incomplete and a little strange, it will simply look like a copy of something pretty.  We won’t take an interest in it.”- John Loengard...more

...as a butterfly

(Photo taken at: 1/400, f/1.8, ISO 400)My mind today is as flitt...more

A Thanks-Filled Thursday

Today was one of those highly strung days where every tiny little thing explodes into a massive, towering catastrophe in the time it takes for me to blink....more

Biggest, Slowest, Fastest, Mostest... as declared in 1963

One thing I cannot resist are old books. I can't afford the money and shelf space for old books just for the sake of them being old, as much as I would love an entire library full, but books that paint a picture of the world at their time of origin are something I seem to be unable to pass up....more