geometrical shapes & billowing canvas

As I wandered along a half deserted beach on one of the few warm days we’ve had this early summer I noticed this group of deck chairs, abandoned by the occupants who had left in search of ice creams or even set off on an intrepid journey to get to the water’s edge…which always seemsContinue reading “geometrical shapes & billowing canvas”

South Pier & over exposure

Very early morning light blowing out exposure of the sands near South Pier in Blackpool…I could have, should have altered exposure in camera but as usual saw something I liked in the brightness and the contrasting colours of the iron legs, rust, barnacles and sea water. .

The Neatby Panels

I will always remember Vernon Humpage’s shoe shop, fabulous expensive shoes in a ‘posh’ shop next to the Winter Gardens entrance on St Johns Square.. little did I know as a young woman the treasure that was beneath the false wall coverings. When the refurbishment of the vaulted entrance to the Empress ballroom was completedContinue reading “The Neatby Panels”

unwelcome frame intruders & reflectors

Trying to get closer and closer to subjects in the street can be difficult and sometime nerve racking but on a recent trip to London I thought I would do my best and get as close as possible. So armed with my canon fd 28mm legacy lens on my  Lumix G2 I set off withContinue reading “unwelcome frame intruders & reflectors”