Saturday, 25 January 2014


I often ponder what people think and feel when they look at my photographs. The photograph below I have tried to make the viewer have a reaction.


Sunday, 19 January 2014


I live on an island called Mersea Island, in the UK. Is is the most easterly inhabited island in UK. There are about 7 thousand residents. Being an island there are lots of people who love to go out on the water. This gives me many photographic opportunities around the place. And to tell you the truth I don't really care about going out or owning a boat, but thanks to all the people who do own boats!

This is a shot of all the little dingies (tenders) that people have brought out of the water for winter. A perfect foreground subject to that lovely brooding sky..... the sky kind of reminds me something from a Sci-Fi film.

Anyway I hope you enjoy the shot, and the original can be seen here:


Saturday, 18 January 2014

Drama in the sky

The wonderful thing about nature is it can come up with some pretty amazing vistas. It's lucky as photographers that we have the tools at our fingertips to capture these dramatic scenes.

I love the look of these big angry clouds, as the sun is trying to punch it's way through. Living where I do we tend to have some great scenes like this. More in the Autumn and Winter when the sun is much lower.

I do hope you like viewing this shot, and the original can be viewed here:


A snowy path.

Another shot from Mersea Island....

This was taken a while back, probably around 2012, but as with any photographer you tend to take many photographs and not get around to looking at them.

As you progress as a photographer, your post processing techniques change and improve so, its a nice exercise to go back through your old work and see what you can get out of an old photograph.

Anyway I do hope you enjoy looking at this shot.

Original photo can be found here.