https://www.flickr.com/photos/75445098@N04/albums/72157668012343125My 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:
(this is where the pictures I took of your two dogs playing ball on the beach at Lyme Regis today, I hope you enjoy them)
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