Monthly Archives: December 2017

My Licentiate Panel.

It was way back in 1990 that I sent a panel of prints to the Royal Photographic Society and applied for my Licentiateship.LRPS. You were required to show that you were competent with the camera and demonstrate some printing skills. … Continue reading

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Wet and windy at Worston.

The snow of the past week had melted as mild air drifted in across the Atlantic bringing with it lots of rain. The weather forecast for Sunday was for persistent rain all day, and it proved correct. I was out … Continue reading

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Schneefalle.

Schneefalle is the the name of this wooded sculpture set on the slopes of the Schmittenhohe Mountain at Zell am See in Austria. It was created in 1998 by the artist Herbert Golser and is part of a larger project, … Continue reading

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Reminiscences of Haystacks.

The snowy conditions over the last few days have kept me indoors but my mind has still been on the mountains. I have been looking back on some of my images and thought I would reblogg the beautiful walk Les … Continue reading

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Great Gable

It’s that time of the year. Short days and long nights. I can hear the rain battering against the window. Time to look back on some of my walks. A few years ago, Les and I decided to climb Great … Continue reading

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A visit to ‘The Alhambra’

Rising up above Red Hill, the royal city of Alhambra stands proud and eternal. It is one of the most important architectural structures of the Middle Ages and the finest example of Islamic art in the western world. I arrived … Continue reading

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