Splashing about on the Broads (Pictures of the week)

There’s great variety (of one sort or another) on the Broads. Variety of scenery, variety of boats and variety of skills. From time to time most sailing clubs have open days when anyone… Continue reading

Guess who – guess what! Pictures of the week

  It was too good an opportunity to miss. Seven friends all batting on my patch and they wondered if I would take photographs of them… WHO ME? Beginning in Horning we invaded/… Continue reading

Pictures of the Week Graffiti mania

I grew up enduring dull buildings and harsh uninteresting walls. In post-war Britain architects had discovered what they could do with concrete. They had a ball, the manufacturers made a fortune and the… Continue reading

It’s People not Places (Picture of the Week)

I was entertained by someone a few weeks ago who had been to India. Wonderful pictures of the Taj Mahal, Mysore Palace, the Amber Fort etc. – all on a mobile phone! Fair… Continue reading

The Bigger Picture

The products of a winter spent hanging around Norwich Cathedral and many hours sitting at the computer. The two pictures of the cloister may have been aired before but for the sake of… Continue reading

Ideas Ideas Ideas – from Photo London 2017

Not been? There’s still time if you are reading this on Friday, Saturday or Sunday – Photo London where dozens of galleries from London, Europe, the Americas and as far away as Japan… Continue reading

Pictures of the Week – Anne Johnson (Looking at Glass)

  I very much enjoy abstract and macro photography – it’s nice to try and produce something a little different.     When these two genres come together it’s fun and this is… Continue reading

To the Woods – to the Woods

Relax I’m not going to recite the whole poem – mainly because the version I learnt is quite rude… You too eh? This time it’s only as far as Blickling in Norfolk. You… Continue reading

Powerpoint isn’t what it used to be

Deep inside a trunk hidden in our attic is a collection of old photographs. It is possible they belonged to my grandfather. Dated around 1894. I turned these into a slideshow (of the… Continue reading

Featuring the Dower House Garden Morville Hall Shropshire

Sounds familiar? Well maybe you could be forgiven for missing the book The Morville Hours by Katherine Swift and perhaps you weren’t listening when it was chosen as the Book of the Week… Continue reading