Some things change and others don’t

Years ago taking your motorbike to the seaside was a little bit like a declaration of war. Where there were bikes, there were also motor-scooters. Mods and Rockers fought many a happy battle… Continue reading

Surprise Surprise

We went to an exhibition of patchwork and quilting put on by the Samphire Quilters in Kings Lynn a few weeks ago. Initially that didn’t sound like a lot of fun to me.… Continue reading

You’re part of the BBC (Pictures of the week)

A real day of activity on Barton Broad when it was learnt that Mary Ann Ochota, formerly of Time Team and Britain’s Secret Homes was coming down with a camera crew to film… Continue reading

Pictures of the Week (Featuring Andrew Barclay Snapping through the Decades)

Andrew sent me the images I hoped he would display with the following message. “Picasso tells us that ‘ after Altamira all is decadence ‘, and I do not argue with that. However,… Continue reading

Round the Island (Pictures of the week)

Quite important you know which island of course. But once I had made it past the M25 it was, if you will pardon the expression, all plain sailing. The boatman advised “we start at… Continue reading

Let there be mud (Pictures of the week) from the Royal Norfolk Show

As some of you may know, one of my delights at the Royal Norfolk Show is to photograph ladies in their fashionable hats. A number of these hats are so minute that it is difficult… Continue reading

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