My camera is me helping to look at the world more closely, then record what I see to share with others.
In additon to these images I have a large collection of images on my flikr account:
Paper'n'Paint our annual exhibition starts on 9th September at 10.aam and runs until 21st September at 16.00, feel free to drop in for a coffee and a chat, and maybe looks at some of our work as well :)
Details can be found here
For Gary Clark - the images you wanted to look at can be found
Rosie Cox, it was nice to meet you at the Hayloft today, here is the only image Ican lay my hands on immediately that I think may meet your requirement. Let me know if its what you want
Those of you who have been with me some time will remember that I have constantly been seeking a compromise between lighter weight and acceptable performance, well my muscle wasting problems have been resolved and I'm changing things back! :D
I recently photographed two different species of Miner Bee with what looked like Aphids held in their mandibles. So far I have not ben able to get confirmation that anyone else has seen tis behaviour or what it is that is happening - can you help?
I've spent the last year or so re-evaluating my equipment taking account of my increasing physical restrictions and how I shoot my images. It has resulted in a rather surprising change to my equipment selection
After much agonising I finally disposed of all my Olympus kit today (thanks Marc at London Camera Exchange Southampton High Street for sorting out a good deal). As I get older I am finding it more and more difficult to cope with even moderately heavy came
My evaluation of these excellent papers is now published on e-photozine