A cycle ride in Dorset on Easter Sunday to hunt out the spirit of a place.
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War damage on the Victoria and Albert Museum reminds us how fragile our world is. Any of us could become refugees.
St Giles Bicknacre
On a country lane in Essex a few miles south east of Chelmsford a lych gate stands amongst the trees. Behind the lych gate is an almost uniform set of gravestones which reveal a tragic story, but also a story of passion and devoted caring.
On this day 27th March
From the lockdown gallery of photos taken on this day in the past, a view across the rooftops of Cork.
On this day 7th March
Taken on an early spring day in 2015 with strong sunlight cutting through Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner, London.
On this day 1st March
Taken on the 1st March 2019, a reflected view of the London Eye caught in a puddle at the Southbank Centre.
On this day 16th February
A photograph from this day in an earlier year; in this case, 2019, at Upnor on the River Medway in Kent, almost opposite to Chatham.
On this day 25th January
Another in my occasional series of photographs taken on this day in an earlier year. And again, another day when I don’t seem to have taken any photographs in the past so I have chosen a random one taken many years. This is a waterfall taken somewhere in Ireland in October in the early 1980sContinue reading “On this day 25th January”
On this day 20th January
No photograph taken today but one from the archive – an old double exposure taken in Dorset on 120 film
Still life photography gives you a chance to pause and think about the objects depicted. A few reflections on the former life of some old bike parts.