To bracket the darkest days of a generation with something so enjoyable was a treat and considering the pandemic is still wreaking destruction around the world, a privilege. Continue reading We all came to party again!
At the point of shooting these images I was often purposefully remembering some of these moments, thinking of the deaths, those they affect, the moments of pure hopelessness that I’d overcome in my relatively privileged life to be able to get through each day. Continue reading Me, Myself and Ay ay ay!
In 2020, aside from a possible flirtation with Covid 19 which has left me socially wary and certainly pleasantry weary, I’ve somehow been a finallist in Emulsive’s FP4Party, shortlisted in Landscape Photographer of the Year and had an image chosen to be BBC Wildlife Magazine’s Pic of the Day on social media. Continue reading L’année de merde
Here in my corner of England, autumn seems to spread across one tree at a time, with a more painterly impressionistic approach to altering hue. Continue reading Falling Down
Early mornings aren’t all glorious sunrises and back-lit deer on heat. It’s a good thing too. Imagine the never ending musk and sounds of grunting. Continue reading Dark Days
If you see a fawn in the grass don’t try to rescue it. It isn’t abandoned/lost/injured and certainly doesn’t need your help or a hug or a selfie. Continue reading Deer Encounters
A while back a friend gave me a camera trap as a Christmas gift. I was surprised and excited to be given something so interesting and useful. I’d never considered actually buying one myself, so decided to give it a … Continue reading Adventures with a camera trap
The easing of the lockdown in England has been happening at a slightly different rate to the rest of the United Kingdom, leaving some conflicted. We … Continue reading Kent (Lock) Downs
This morning I remembered I have a loft. Continue reading I went on a mindful retreat to my loft
As a UK resident, I’ve been experiencing the same Coronavirus lock down as the rest of the country for a fortnight now. It’s for all our benefit of course and I’m pleased to have been able to work remotely and stay in touch with others via video calls and so on. I’m aware that as someone who isn’t on the front line of health care or indeed social care, I am one of the lucky ones, excepting the possibility of my recent horrific chest infection actually being Covid 19. This doesn’t stop me dreaming or occasionally staring out the window … Continue reading Where I’d rather be