Gnarly Aciddrop

Wear a smile and produce a camera and these guys at the Southbank Skate Space will perform for you. Some of their set pieces are stunning and to my way of thinking daring!… Continue reading

Pressing the right buttons

Some of my more established readers may remember that in February 2018 I posted a blog which was called “Before we says goodbye.” It featured a number of photographs of telephone boxes in… Continue reading

I don’t really do pretty

Pretty isn’t a word I use a great deal. Mainly reserved for other people’s babies and gardens belonging to maiden aunts. I tend to use it to cover my ignorance – such as… Continue reading

Smiles Sunshine and Spinnakers

Last Saturday morning around 7am the clans gathered for the annual Round the Island Race in the Solent. Competitors in yachts small and large lined up in Cowes to await the beginning of… Continue reading

The Ups and Downs of the Norfolk Show 2019

The weather wasn’t as good as last year, but the entertainment was, as ever spectacular – at least it was if you were a free-lance cameraman. There were of course distinguished persons –… Continue reading

Me and flowers!

I think it must have been the hay fever that put me off them. Don’t get me wrong I think they look very pretty and I love their colours, but I never know… Continue reading

Who Pulls the Strings?

This week my picture of the week (yes just one…sort of) is of a model Hayley who performed for us at/as the Puppet Theatre in Norwich. Thank you Hayley for allowing me to… Continue reading

24 hours in a boat – You must be …

The Three Rivers Race organised by Horning Sailing Club is one of the major events in the Broads sailing calendar. Competitors in all manner of boats sail from Horning and are expected to… Continue reading

It was all a bit samey

Photo London always seems to me to be a great opportunity to see what is going on in the photography world – who the up and coming photographers are and what sort of… Continue reading

You don’t scare me!

But there again, I’m not a crow The first book I ever remember receiving as a child was a book called Tatterjack – the story of a scarecrow. Large coloured pictures and a… Continue reading