This morning was a very foggy one across Bristol, so I decided to take my camera to work and find something for this week’s Photo Challenge – framing your photos with a box. So you’ll understand why these photos are all taken through a cardboard box! Fog is my favourite weather – mainly because of […]Read more "Box camera"
This week’s Photo Challenge was Fire. This is my effort. For those who are wondering, no, this wasn’t a real fire. It’s nothing more luxurious than a Sainsbury’s carrier bag held over the flash with a hair band.Read more "A warm, glowing fire"
This glowing standby light reminds me that the appliances in my flat are never asleep – even when I am.Read more "Never asleep"
Last weekend I found my old microscope, that I was given as a child. Even by the standards of a school science lab, it’s pretty poor – but as I child it made me feel like I was a real scientist. Today I decided to see if I could take pictures with it using my […]Read more "Microscopic images"
This a candidate shot for this week’s Photo Challenge theme – glass. I’m not sure if I like it that much, but time is ticking away so it might have to do.Read more "Lens within a lens"
Recently I was asked to select some of my photos so they could be framed and displayed in a new meeting room at work. I chose a night-time shot of Oslo, a snap of the new centenary sculpture, and a photo of traffic outside the Victoria Rooms in Clifton. And here’s what they look like […]Read more "My work on display"
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.Read more "Love lost"