more street from the Northern Quarter in Manchester…the city is fabulous for street photography, there’s an image everywhere and the writing on the wall in this image made me stop and look twice…a little bit sinister I think, have tried to find the author but had no luck.
Tag Archives: b&w photography
Music & Movement …staying connected
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Connected.” A music genre completely unknown to me until last week was the soundtrack to a recent photoshoot held in the art studio of a friend. Death metal, thrash metal, hardcore punk, grindcore… all unknown and unheard of and I never imagined I would get toContinue reading “Music & Movement …staying connected”
Volunteering at Sand Sea & Spray over the weekend I didn’t think I would find the time or opportunity to capture any street images but as luck would have it.. whilst rushing from one location to the next.. I spotted this lady pushing her full trolley along the street.. raising camera to eye as IContinue reading “old birds”
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”
A bleak black & white view of Blackpool, very colourful most of the year but sometimes on a warm day, a day warm enough for kids to paddle, the sky is grey and everything seems duller…perfect for a ‘Lowry’ influenced image.
wire & wood
Needing to organise my mind this morning brought me again to a very favourite place. A long walk on the beach in the sunshine and once again I found myself lying flat on the damp sand in order to capture these elegant sand fences. The simplicity and repetition soothes this mad creativity that is crowdingContinue reading “wire & wood”
This dog was having a much harder time than usual finding the ball in the sandstorm
finding beauty in the unexpected & many shades of grey
Maybe just seats to many people but when I saw this continuation and repetition of curves and lines it made my heart and sense of beauty happy.
Circolombia took my breath away with this exploration of movement, light, shadow and passion.