daisies in the long grass

Walking home after a long hot day photographing summer fetes and street dancing I saw these daisies nestling in the long grass enjoying the late afternoon sun and of course I couldn’t resist Once again I opened gates that are probably there to keep people out and walked quickly to the middle of the field,Continue reading “daisies in the long grass”

Gold – Robert Frost

Nature’s first green is gold,  Her hardest hue to hold Her early leaf’s a flower,  But only so an hour Then leaf subsides to leaf,  So Eden sank to grief So dawn goes down to day,  nothing gold can stay

wild, exhilarating & nostalgic

A walk along the promenade in Blackpool at high tide is always fabulous but when the tide is high and wild it’s absolutely breathtaking.  It makes me want to throw open my arms wide and scream in to the wind and much to the surprise of other walkers I frequently do. The sound smell andContinue reading “wild, exhilarating & nostalgic”

man, dog & minimilism

a very nearly empty beach on a fine but very windy day in Blackpool How could I resist the miles of empty space and so with romantic images of Lawrence of Arabia running through my mind, I covered my head and camera with my keffiyeh andlay down on the damp sandto capture this guy withContinue reading “man, dog & minimilism”

a solitary figure out walking on a practically deserted stretch of beach this morning, wild wind and blowing sands… so exhilariting

Less is more…or so the saying goes, but must admit lately have gotten tired of the chaos of street photography and have been searching for something else or somewhere else to shoot. Maybe it’s the end of the dark winter months and the feeling of newness in the air but I have a need toContinue reading “a solitary figure out walking on a practically deserted stretch of beach this morning, wild wind and blowing sands… so exhilariting”