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My camera is me helping to look at the world more closely, then record what I see to share with others.
 

An eclectic mix of images from the more traditional landscape through natural history and wildlife to watersports and abstract

 

I have reviewed my use of the site and decided not to renew it, so it will be closing early in 2019. Thanks to all who have visited over the years and in some cases been kind enough to leave comments.

I will continue to share my images and information on upcoming events through my flikr site:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/75445098@N04/ 

 

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I'm back and enjoying my photography

An update on what I am shooting and the kit I am using to do it

Some big (good) changes happening

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

Miner Bees with Aphids in their mandibles - Why, can anyone help?

Miner Bees with Aphids in their mandibles - Why, can anyone help?
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?

A change in approach to my photography

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

A big change in my photography today

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

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