• 27Feb
    Categories: Photography Comments Off on Balcony in Vichy

    I took this photograph in Vichy and manipulated it to make it more interesting. I like black & white photos where just one element is colour tinted and it worked quite well with this picture.
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  • 27Feb

    Recently I searched for old photographs of Hemel Hempstead on the Internet and came across this site which bought back so many memories of growing up there in the 70’s. It is worth a look if you too remember how it used to be, some classic shots amongst them. Read more »

  • 18Feb

    angel-posting-house-01.jpgIt is often the case that you don’t appreciate or realise what is on your own doorstep. How many times have I walked past this place on the way up the High Street, concentrating instead on the glitzy modern shops and what I needed to buy. OK, I’ve admired the outside of the building but never thought of venturing inside or finding out more about its history. Read more »

  • 08Feb
    Categories: Journal entries Comments Off on Lots more photos added

    After spending the morning running around in the snow, this afternoon I decided to sort the best of our older photos to put on the gallery. These have been taken over the past 3 years or so and are mainly macro shots, scenery and wildlife. I tried to be picky with what I’ve put on there but wanted to include some of Guildford and the area and some of the photo manipulations we’ve played around with. If you want to see them, click here to go to the main photo page.

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  • 08Feb

    To prove we are still kids at heart, this is what we did this morning instead of work.
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  • 05Feb
    Just returned from a very enjoyable and relaxing week in North Devon and realised afresh how much I miss living by the sea. Last year we did little travelling so this break was very welcome and appreciated by us both. We stayed at Instow, a little village on the River Torridge lying between Barnstaple and Bideford. I used to live in Westward Ho! and go through Instow every day by bus on the way to work, always liked the atmosphere of the place very much. Read more »