Following a failure in my website's primary picture archive, many blogs have lost their images. I am endeavouring to re-instate these from back-ups. Bear with me please while I undergo this labourious and very sweary process...
Minimalism in three hues; viridian green, pale cerulean blue and coral pink... The South Downs Way at St Roche's Hill - AKA The Trundle Nikon D810, 14-24mm f 2.8 Nikkor at 14mm, 1/6 second, f11, ISO 64, tripod 20.01, 27th August 2016 Photography is not just about what you choose to include in your images, it’s also about excluding unwanted distractions and unnecessary clutter from them and working with shapes and tones, rather than views and objects. These were shot at the ot
There’s nothing like experiencing a beautiful summer’s day blossoming before you in the rolling Sussex countryside - but to discover sunflowers, expectantly reaching towards the sunrise (and sensitively arranged, just-so, into an east-west corridor, by an aesthetically motivated farmer) was inspiring to the max. Sunflowers at Madehurst Nikon D810, 14-24mm f2.8 Nikkor at 14mm, 1/50 second, f11, ISO 64, tripod, 06.40, 27th August 2016 Sunflowers at Madehurst Nikon D810, 14-24mm
Straw Bales at Bersted Nikon D810, 50mm f1.4 Nikkor,1/10 second, f9, ISO 64, tripod 06.18, 26th August 2016 Straw bales at Bersted Nikon D810, 85mm f1.8 Nikkor, 1/160 second, f9, ISO 64, tripod 06.30, 26th August 2016 There is a reassurance to the continuity of the rituals and rhythms of the countryside. Publications love to mark the changes of the seasons with images from around the country that document the seasonal transitions - and we all enjoy seeing them year after year