It seems an age ago now (June) that a group of us visited the Severn Valley Railway for Fraser’s stag do. It basically consisted of a group of overgrown man-boys drinking beer (responsibly) and riding trains all day. We did some sightseeing at some of the stations and the following day we took a walk […]Read more "Severn Valley Railway"
Digital camera lenses are expensive, so it’s no wonder people are turning to much cheaper second-hand manual focus lenses. However these older, mechanical lenses behave quite differently from the electronic ones that digital camera owners are used to. This article discusses the key differences and will hopefully help you get the best out of manual focus lenses […]Read more "Using Canon FD lenses on digital cameras"
Last night I went up Troopers Hill to watch and take pictures of the Perseid meteors. Unfortunately after 30 minutes I’d only seen one meteor and needless to say, that’s when the camera wasn’t running… It wasn’t an entirely wasted trip though, as I grabbed this shot of the lights of central Bristol before returning […]Read more "Bright lights, big city"
Just a simple shot of the evening sunlight coming in the window and falling upon a vase of roses.Read more "Roses"
We visited Sherborne Abbey almost a year ago, and enjoyed it so much that we went back again this year. The real point of the visit was to hear Hannah sing at choral evensong in In Ecclesia Exon. If you came here for the photos, then please enjoy. For more photographic rambling, scroll down 🙂 The […]Read more "Sherborne Abbey"