Long after it's begun to grow colder in the UK, the Charente - now Aquitaine - area of France continues to enjoy warm sunny mornings through September and into October. This was shot on my iPhone … [Read more...] about iPhone Panoramic Mode and a Late Summer Sunrise
The Photography Blog - Behind the Scenes with Answers to Your Questions
Sometimes, photography is planned in the finest detail, huge logistics. Other times, it simply unfolds before you and the best camera you have is the one that's in your hand when it happens.
Here's my Photo Blog, a Behind The Scenes look at the images I shoot, planned, unplanned and the story behind each one.
It’s six thirty am and I am doing what has become a habit this past few months. Wake up at 6 am, plus or minus 5 minutes. Make a large thermal mug of black coffee, with honey. Take a walk. The … [Read more...] about The Ten Minute Smoke and Mirrors Sunrise
Water on the Grass - iPhone 7 Plus On those days when I am out for a walk and the overcast is complete, you know that you're not going to get anything with stellar light. However, like most things … [Read more...] about Nature’s Details
Butterly and iPhone This one simply re-enforces a blog post I've been thinking of this past week. I'm often asked, generally around Christmas time and the summer holiday season, which is the best … [Read more...] about Hello Blue Eyes
French orchard at dawn The camera EXIF data recorded the time at 05:55. Then I recalled that my camera was still living on UK time, so that makes it 04:55. I don't always rise at that time of the … [Read more...] about Orchard at Dawn
Many people travelling from the UK to Europe and back arrive via the Hull - Zeebrugge ferry connection. Of course, the first thing you wish to do after an overnight ferry is to hit the road and get … [Read more...] about A Few Hours in Bruges
I have this weird clock inside my head that wakes me up. It's annoying sometimes, especially on those days when, the evening before, you say to yourself, "I'm going to have a lazy lie in tomorrow … [Read more...] about The Morning After the Storm
This must have been an utterly terrifying place on earth to be on the dawn of 6th June 1944. Omaha Beach and that whole area of the French coastline is covered with the scars of warfare. as I … [Read more...] about Omaha Beach – Les Braves
As I’m sitting watching the international news right now, with California burning in the heat and wind of the dry climate, I was reminded of my visit there in 2015. I travelled there to meet up with … [Read more...] about Memories of Los Angeles