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...
Pictures of the Month that is... In other words, hosted on this blog, the next twelve months will be the Year of the LPOTY POM... Don't know if I have any Aussie readers but I like the piss-taking, Antipodean ring that that title has. ;-) I thought I would indulge myself - actually, to tell the truth, it's more of a challenge than an indulgence... Wait a minute, no - it's both. I'm going to indulge myself by presenting the pictures I am most satisfied with every month until I
We were blessed with clear, dry, wintry conditions and some beautiful light for the duration of my Liminal Light Landscape course at West Dean College last week. I tutored a talented crew of four chaps and three chapettes who responded to my 05.30 departure-time demands with punctual, if a little bleary-eyed, enthusiasm. In the still chill of a cold, crispy November, we cheerily (I think!?!) frosty-mini-bussed to our locations: Church Norton, Pagham Harbour and the Pagham RSP
That's me! =8-O Charlie Waite, Diana Leppard & the L&L crew, Ray Mears and the legion unsung heroes of the evening created a gig to remember forever; what a tremendous night for the award to be bestowed on me and to assume the title from the talented, charming and reigning 2016 El Poty, Matthew Cattell. Seen here: Charlie Waite (Awards Founder); Andrew Bulloch (Young Landscape Photographer of the Year); Benjamin Graham (Ancient Landscape Photographer of the Year); and Ray Mea