• Didcot Demolition 2

    An earlier post of Didcot Demolition, I captured the moment the towers were falling. This photo was taken in the early hours of the morning, before sunrise. It is one of the last moments the residents of Oxfordshire, well those that were awake, saw before the explosives were activated and down they came. And the …

  • Rocks

    I do like playing about with long exposures. I like the effect you can create, especially from water and clouds. I probably spend too much time when out and about trying to get the right photo. Always wanting to go to locations that will allow me the opportunity to do such photos. Much the annoyance …

  • Smoke Triptych

    To break up all the long exposure photos I’ve been posting on this blog and because I haven’t published a photo for a long time, here is a triptych I created of some photos of incense smoke I took a¬†few years ago with a photographer friend. I’ve been looking for a subject of some kind …

  • Brill Sunset

    Windmills are wonderful structures. Relics of a past era when corn was grounded using big heavy stones that were turned by wooden sails, powered by the wind. I’m sure Britain used to have many of these dotted about the landscapes.

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