Sometimes it’s the dog owners that try to suss each other out. Kodak Brownie No2 (1924) Ilford HP5 120mm
On a market stall in a tudor village I met a photographer selling cakes. We chatted about our interest and camera collection before I asked for a portrait in exchange for a chocolate cake. Funny how a camera around your neck will start the most innocent conversations. Yashica 635 Kodak Tri-x 400 120mm F8 1/125 […]
Look up and you meet interesting spies looking down. Shot in the town of Granada, Spain. Fujifilm X20 (RAW) App Priority.
I love the age old tradition of street performers. There is something magical about a person making a living entering you whilst you shop. I went to Chester to pick up a few items. (If you are unfamiliar with the city. It dates back to Roman times and still has the outer walls standing. It […]
You all know I love photography but I have an even greater love for old Film Noir movies. The grit and grim of a classic like The Big Combo makes for a great night in. I have been away from my camera for a while (that is a lie, I have been concentrating on photography […]
Beginning life as a church (1864) The church closed and the building was radically altered and a cinema license was obtained in 1912. The exterior is quite ornate for such a small cinema with the front and part of the side tiled in decorative terracotta tiling with ornate round windows with carved laurel leaves and […]
Turn a corner in old London Town and you are reminded of the past and present. Down a dusty old London side street, leading into a busy open market stands a grand image of working life of yesteryear. It took me by surprise at the time. This wonderful moment on a massive board and no-one […]