A treat for the eyes coming this Spring..

An opportunity to see some of the work of Martin Parr, one of my favourite living British documentary photographers and social commentators, exhibited at Somerset House, London this April. Image by Martin Parr The link below takes you to site and has more info – it’s also the Sony World Photography exhibition so there should…

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Take a few minutes out of your schedule and watch this

Yes! Everything about this video  (please follow the link below) I found on Facebook is good, a true Christmas message, and yes, you need to watch it through, not skip to the end to get the full impact. If people in general and nations were even a little bit more like this God wouldn’t life…

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A kind of magic…

“We do not remember days, we remember moments”. I came across this quote today from the twentieth-century author and poet Cesare Pavese, which is so true in life, and particularly true in photography. It’s a special skill or kind of magic that marks a great photographer from the herd. The ability to see through the…

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New shoots and new beginnings..

So Easter has come, we’ve survived the storms and all around are signs that Spring is here. it’s that time of year when new shoots emerge, blooms provide splashes of colour to a winter worn landscape and newborn lambs skip with the uncontained joy of new life. This rather than January, for me, is the…

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