No wind but the show goes on

You may know different, but I am always impressed by members of the sailing fraternity. They make the best of things, even when there isn’t much to make the best of and their… Continue reading

Venice – well was it romantic?

It was certainly crowded, noisy but I wouldn’t have called it “romantic.” Still, I suppose if you don’t arrive there until 11 o’clock in the morning during a week when Italian schools are… Continue reading

Totally mind stretching

There are some of my readers who find my photographs a bit out of the ordinary (you are allowed to cough) – “strange,” I have heard it said -”weird,” that’s a real compliment.… Continue reading

Sometimes elegant – sometimes not

Been out with a few birds this week. It’s not that I have become a serious birdie – more that I love watching what they mange to do — or don’t manage to… Continue reading

Where do you think you’ve been?

Hi there sorry there was no blog last Friday but Moya and I decided to head off into the unknown. Well not quite the unknown – it was to Italy – a country… Continue reading

Curiouser and Curiouser

Welcome to Wonderland. Who would have thought in the middle of the city of Norwich one would find a South Asian Decorative Arts and Crafts Collection Trust and a Gallery, Country and Eastern… Continue reading

If it’s not one thing it’s another

A bit like life really, only in this case it is one picture on top of another. For the past few weeks I have been experimenting by putting one picture on top of… Continue reading

Putting People in the Picture

I was led astray. My project manager encouraged me to take photographs at the Forum in Norwich during the craft workshops. Given the location and the wonderful vista one has from the balcony,… Continue reading

Bird’s eye view

Far into the depths of the Pensthorpe Nature Reserve in North Norfolk there is a small discreet hide. A few meters in front of it is a collection of bird feeders. Obviously someone… Continue reading

Happy 250th Birthday

That really is a birthday to be reckoned with. In 1768 Philip and Patty Astley established the first permanent circular arena on the banks of the Thames, presenting trick riding and acrobatics –… Continue reading