For the last month I have been sharing my photographs as part of the Photography 101 course and their daily tasks and topics. For some of my posts I have tried to contain more detail than just photographs but as part of a recap that shares some of my favourite, and those of my readers, IContinue reading “Photography 101”
Big Ben is actually the name of the bell that is housed inside of the tower but has become a common name for the tower itself. To celebrate the Diamond Jubilee the tower was renamed Elizabeth Tower.
Saskatoon was one of the most boring towns I have ever been to. Everything was bad about it especially the accommodation. I kept my stay short and caught the Greyhound to Edmonton the next day. But out of that visit came an amazing photograph of a seemingly uninteresting bridge.
It is really a triumph when an experimental shot turns out to be a truly great photograph. Looking over Sydney Harbour at night turned out perfectly and I didn’t even have a tripod at the time. I used a pillar to rest my camera on in order to keep the camera steady during the long exposure, becauseContinue reading “Sydney Harbour at Night”
The mountains in Northern Vietnam are like nothing I have ever seen before. This natural beauty that has been crafted by man over the years to use the landscape to their advantage. Farming can’t be easy in a region like this and it must have take them years to sculpture the landscape. The rice paddies followContinue reading “Rice Paddies of Vietnam”
Every summer we would squeeze into the family car, hook up the trailer and drive to Scotland, Wales,, The Lake District or the South West. We would spend hours in the car to reach our destination but it was never like this.
There was a varying degree of architecture in Saint Petersburg from a range of different periods. It was the ferry port that caught my eye. The strong sharp lines of the concrete building with the Russian lettering on top reminded me of the Soviet Union and architecture that was popular at that time.