Picture of the Week – Featuring the work of artist Stephen Johnston

Some of my readers may recognise the face but have no idea that as well as being a teacher of mainly practical subjects he is also a talented artist. A certain amount of… Continue reading

Before you say goodbye (Photo of the week)

It’s all you lot who are to blame! Don’t look at me like that. You and your mobile phones. You can’t leave them alone can you? People no longer read on the Tube… Continue reading

It’s one of those unmissable opportunities

You know how you turn up for a photography exhibition when one photographer produces his or her very best work. Well on this occasion you can see not one but nine photographers of… Continue reading

They’re back

Amazingly so. Last weekend the first snowdrops appeared in the garden along with a couple of iris plants which came into flower (note the clever way I avoided the plural of iris! The… Continue reading

Photograph of the week – A staircase!

You went all the way to London to take a photograph of a staircase? Just goes to show they haven’t all been locked up yet! Well not exactly. It was my annual jolly… Continue reading

Here’s one I prepared earlier

This week the weather has been pretty awful up here on the North Norfolk coast with fog or at least heavy mist lingering all day. Not the sort of weather to tempt me… Continue reading

It seemed like a good idea at the time

A new project says my project manager – “fragmented photography!” Your guess is as good as mine! Then he showed me the work of Pep Ventosa. Now I had heard of him, but… Continue reading

Why do they do it?

I don’t believe that when the air temperature is 3 degrees C and there is a 13MPH wind blowing that the sea looks at all tempting to anyone. The sun may be shining… Continue reading

Looking for the light

Having just exercised my personal censorship on this evening’s television news bulletin by walking away from the 10o’clock news, I have come to write my blog for the week. Well sex scandals must… Continue reading

Rosie at large in the French Countryside – Featuring her pictures of the week

Last week we looked at some of Rosie Ward’s photographs of her village in France, Quillan in the Aude Valley. This week Rosie shares pictures of wild flowers and butterflies of the region.… Continue reading