Glastonbury Frost Fair, 30th November 2019
Traders at South Molton Pannier Market, Devon
Is HDR where the Art is?
South Molton Livestock Market
Don't call me a hoarder; I know someone who collects buses.
Glastonbury Frost Fair 2019
Frost Fair, Glastonbury, 25th November, 2017.
Street Art Chemainus, Vancouver Island
Chemainus is a community in the Chemainus Valley on the east coast of southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Founded as an unincorporated logging town in 1858, Chemainus is now famous for its 39 outdoor murals.
Street Art, Georgetown, Malaysia
In 2012 for the George Town Festival, Lithuanian Artist, Ernest Zacharevic, was commissioned to do a series of paintings in the city centre. This built on the 3D steel sculptures fixed to buildings, commissioned in 2010. Street art is now a major attraction in Georgetown.
I am not a wildlife photographer but Sue and I were staying as guests with David and Nafisa James in Nairobi and they arranged some trips to game parks. Most notable were the East Tsavo National Park and the Man Eaters Camp at West Tsavo where we stayed on our car journey to Mombasa and Diani and back to Nairobi. Sue and I then flew out for a few days in the Masai Mara. In the Masai Mara, we were the only two guests in the camp. The safaris were wonderful. We will never forget the incredible numbers of animals, in mixed herds, all migrating towards the Mara River and the Serengeti.
Art Deco Architecture, Napier, NZ
Napier is a beautiful city located on Hawkes Bay on the east coast of North Island, New Zealand. The city centre was destroyed by an earthquake in 1931 but later rebuilt in the Art Deco style current at that time.
A set of photographs of Dulverton Traders taken for the Dulverton Museum to display alongside their Victorian predecessors.
Reflections of Venice
I was speaking at a Conference in Venice and, of course, I couldn't miss the opportunity to stroll around the City. There was so much to photograph, I decided to concentrate on reflections in the still waters of the canals.
Two Rivers: Barle and Exe.
Although the Barle River is a tributary of the Exe, upstream of their confluence above Exbridge you would be hard pressed to guess which is the most important watercourse. The Barle rises at the Chains on Exmoor, Somerset, north west of Simonsbath. The Exe rises at Exe Head, Somerset, 20m lower, downstream, and a mile or so closer to Simonsbath.
Passing Through: Small European Rail Stations
Travelling Europe on Interrail, I relieve the long journeys by snapping scenes of small provincial railway stations with my phone camera pressed against the carriage window. Sometimes there is life; sometimes the station is isolated and empty; in some countries the scenes are deserted and blank with snow.
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