An homage to Henri Cartier Bresson. The beach was amazing today, so many good pictures.
Meet Francesca. She makes piers. The screws in the deck that she is fixing have a square drive head. Francesca says they should be star drive so the deck looks like it is covered in stars.
The newly rebuilt and reopened Hastings Pier. Some of the fixtures are reclaimed from the old pier and cleverly, and beautifully integrated into the new design. The new pier (more photos to follow) is expansive and at the moment, looks a bit empty compared to Palace Pier in Brighton or others based on the Victorian […]
Some of you are aware I participate in Viewbug competitions and challenges. This week my portrait of Milo the Boxer dog was chosen for summer selection by staff. This is along with peer awards by other photographers. Thank you to those voting for the picture. Viewbug is a community that is great mix of pro and […]
Monday summer night in South London. 30 degrees at midnight. First heatwave and the heat is still dry. The place is heaving inside and out, people spilled out onto the pavement. In the corner, a whole load of guitars, mandolins, violins, musical saw, clarinet, bass and box drum. Shoes off, barefoot on the deck. Hollering […]
Just to show you that, despite PostGrad level eduction in Photography, this still happens!
Stan Bult, one of the founder members of Clowns International had a strange hobby. Every clown has a unique face and name. He painted these onto hen’s eggs in the 1950s and 60s. They became a record of each unique face and clown name. The eggs became the ‘official’ clown register. These days hen’s eggs have been […]