Monthly Archives: November 2010
At the end of a day of photographing in Nuneaton, Gary and myself went looking for the cafe we’d stopped of at at the start of the day. We saw this busker and both grabbed our cameras. You can see … Continue reading
Last Sunday offered me the chance to take photos of a friend and her baby, who was just under six weeks old. I’m not a commercial photographer. I don’t do the studio type portraits, and i certainly don’t do baby … Continue reading
Today was a proper late autumn/early winter foggy day. One of those days when it’s quite cold and damp, but wonderfully atmospheric. I think many photographers like foggy weather, it removes a lot of the distracting background, and so offers … Continue reading
Out walking today with a mate, Gary, we were mainly looking around a local open-cast coal mine as part of a long term project (to be blogged at a later date). For now i want to share the odd photo … Continue reading
A recent photo taken in Derby city centre at night. It’s taken by the River Derwent with the weir in the foreground and the Cathedral beyond. P.T.
This is a photograph taken in a local shopping centre. As the sign says, the unit is To Let. It’s a sight seen around the whole of Britain as recession still takes its toll. Although this center has had money … Continue reading
As the nights now draw in, it’s getting to be time for those nice bleak winter shots. Last winter i a lot of opportunity to wander around at night with my G9, whether it be walking home late at night, … Continue reading