A shoot at this fantastic location at the north end of Felixstowe.
I have recently (March 2020) started a YouTube channel. In coming months I will be adding short instructional videos about:
- Lightroom and Photoshop techniques and workflow
- Theatre photography
- Gig photography
- Portraits and family photography
- Wedding photography
- Travel photography
- Landscape and seascape photography
I have just upgraded my mirrorless camera to one that is better suited to landscape photography and a new wide angled lens. I haven’t really been out an about for taking landscapes, but I snatched these when I was walking around my home town (St Neots) the other day.
The Oculus reflected in the 9/11 Memorial Museum at the World Trade Centre in New York.
I had a mooch round Camden the other night. It continues to be gentrified with a Cath Kidson right by the old Camden Market. I did, however, see this great old car.
It’s been a couple of weeks since I last posted a picture. I have been pretty much away the whole time. I travelled to North Wales with close family. We scattered my father’s ashes in his favourite place. I am currently in Istanbul and hope to do some looking around tomorrow, but last week I was in Dublin. On Sunday I took the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) to Bray and spent a couple of hours in the company of some talented musicians, including my old friend, Dayo. I snapped this picture with my little Fujifilm camera. It sort of reminds me of DaVinci’s painting of the “last supper” – especially with the bodhran player looking at the bass and guitar players.
I hope to be a better correspondent in coming weeks.
Facing the Capitol Building is the Supreme Court, looking powerful under gathering clouds.