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...
And makes for very moody (some might say dark and twisted) toggery oportunities... ;-) So... Ninety-nine times out of a hundred, it's worth it. Going out that is. Despite prevaricating, like it's a fifty-fifty, fifty percent of the time, you should always try and get out at dawn and sunset. Unless conditions outside really do make it impossible to shoot, there's always something to be had in the transition zone between day and night. West Wittering Sands Nikon D810, 14-24mm f
Well... I am absolutely delighted and totally honoured to have been OPOTY 2016 shortlisted; not to mention humbled to be in the company of such a multitude of celebrated and accomplished togs, many of whose portfolios I know and admire - and whose quality of work I aspire to. Eight of my images, across three OPOTY categories, made it through the initial scrum and into the second round of judging, which is for eligibility for admission into the 2016 book. My abstract monochrom
Relishing the progressively diminishing temperatures accompanying the change of seasons from Summer to Autumn and then from Autumn to Winter was something I most definitely didn't do for many years, decades even (!) of my life. The South Downs Way at Beacon Hill above South Harting Nikon D810, 70-300mm Nikkor at 86mm, 0.8 second, f5.6, tripod 06.48, 8th November 2016 Nowadays though I find myself excited with the anticipation of what the colder parts of the year will offer up