Still life photography isn’t usually a field I dabble in. You might think it would be easy, but it’s actually quite hard to make an arrangement that looks good. I’m quite pleased with this arrangement, although I’m hopeless at making up titles so it is simply called keys, music and rose. This picture was takenContinue reading “Keys, music and rose”
Just a simple shot of the evening sunlight coming in the window and falling upon a vase of roses.
I decided to take a close-up picture of a rose. I wanted to challenge myself, so I took the picture on my Mamiya RB67, which has no metering, no electronics, or in fact anything at all – apart from a gurt massive piece of film. The RB67 has built-in bellows so any lens becomes aContinue reading “Of a rose, a lovely rose”
This week’s Photo Challenge was a thousand words. I tried to capture the feeling of a row between a couple, and one member of the couple storming off in the car, running over the roses they had just been given.
These yellow roses were in a vase in my parents’ living room. The room wasn’t dark at all – the sun was streaming in the window but the roses were brighter than their background.
I saw this solitary rose in Crediton, Devon.
This is the American War Cemetery just outside Cambridge. There are more than 3800 headstones, plus over five thousand names engraved on a wall for which no bodies were found.