” I want to go out in the sunshine and play with the real boys and girls” said this little doll in a shop window. I saw this little doll in the window of a toy shop at Piece Hall in Halifax. It was a sunny Sunday afternoon there were many families with children in the square. You can see their reflections in the doll’s … Continue reading The Doll who Wanted to Play
I found my original external hard-drive last week. It weighs over a kilogram and has its own separate lead and plug to power it. I probably bought it about 20 years ago. These images were taken in 2004 on a visit to Caithness Glass Factory. I had a SonyDSC-P10 camera with a rectangular purple memory stick, capacity 64mb. I’m using LUMINAR software to try to … Continue reading The Ancient Art of Glassblowing.
If you can transport yourself back to a time before electricity and when the only reading matter allowed on a Sunday was the bible, these images might strike a chord in your imagination: These are two of the images I took for our new church website which can be found in glorious technicolor here. I thought it would be fun to see what they looked … Continue reading Illumination
My entry for this week’s challenge: Continue reading Cee’s BW Photo Challenge: Back of Things.
O what can ail thee, knight-at-arms,
Alone and palely loitering?
The sedge has withered from the lake,
And no birds sing. Continue reading The Faceless Knight
I’ve neglected my Fuji xPro1 camera and its selection of lenses for so long that I’d all but forgotten how to use it. This week I went out and about with the xPro and 18mm lens. It wasn’t the grey and drizzly weather coupled with poor light that prevented me coming home with a good selection of images to work on……… …………oh no! It was … Continue reading Fuji xPro1: 18mm lens.