Ten Minute Challenge

One of the first tasks a friend of mine was given as a photography student was to take a camera out on to the street and shoot ten photographs in ten minutes! In… Continue reading

Blakeney Light

Mention Blakeney light to anyone who knows Norfolk well and that person will nod knowingly. “Famous for our light” one fisherman told me – “People come from miles around to watch a red… Continue reading

That’s what it felt like

I can remember seeing photographs taken in the 1950s showing crowded railway stations on Bank Holiday Monday. Which Bank Holiday? Who cares – they all seemed to be the same- warm sunny days… Continue reading

Photographing naked ladies

Colchicum autumnale or Autumn crocus is popularly known as the naked lady. It seems that this is because of its appearance – a flower with no surrounding leaves. The leaves and seeds appear… Continue reading

How come they can do that? (Pictures of the week)

I confess to be in awe of the young sailors I see each year at the Broadland Youth Regatta. I am sure you have heard me before natter on about the good humour… Continue reading

Busking Bishop

Markets are unusual places – stall holders produce a variety of goods that one may or may not find in the local shops. North Walsham market on a Thursday morning is no exception.… Continue reading

Norfolk Punts –maybe not what you think

When people ask me what I mainly photograph, I usually say that I take pictures at the Norfolk Punt Club. Unless the query comes from a member of the sailing fraternity, I see… Continue reading

Don’t tell me you went on it!

“Certainly – and I followed another Anglican clergyman down the slide!” We are talking by the way about the somewhat controversial helter-skelter which has been erected for the summer holiday season at the… Continue reading

How about one of these on your bed?

They are quilts you see. Or at least most of them are. There were other small decorated items at this exhibition in St Nicholas’ Chapel in Kings Lynn, but the main emphasis was… Continue reading

Ready Steady Slow

That is the cry that heralds the opening of the first race in the snail racing world championships at Congham in Norfolk. This annual event is organised by Neil Riseborough and his family… Continue reading