Misty Morning

The theme for this month’s photo blogging challenge was ‘Morning’.  At the beginning of November we had some misty mornings here in the UK.  I took my five shots on my journey from home, to catch the early 8.30am train from Nottingham going to St Pancras station in London.  It’s not often I travel by … Continue reading Misty Morning

In The Woods

The day has seemed to have passed me by without my knowledge or consent.  The humid air hangs still above me reminding me that the day was warm.  I can smell scorching fumes from the burning logs drifting through the trees in the wood. I remember last night, as I got closer, I heard the … Continue reading In The Woods

Autumn Close-up

Autumn redefines colour and transforms shapes, bringing lots of changes to our natural world.  I decided to capture some of these changes with my macro lens for the october, photo blogging challenge theme close-up. I wanted to make the most of the warm autumn days this month, as I guessed they’re also the last days of … Continue reading Autumn Close-up

New Photo Project

I recently took part in a history photography project called ‘Finding Samuel Morley’. This  took place at Backlit Gallery in Sneinton, Nottingham, which was once owned by Samuel Morley who used the gallery as premises for his textile hoisery factory in the Victorian 1800’s. Samuel Morley was a renowned philanthropist and gave money to fund … Continue reading New Photo Project


This month’s photo blogging challenge theme: Happy I guess I’m just not one of life’s ‘happy bunnies’. I found this theme difficult, thats why my five are late this time. Happiness is hard to define for me. When I thought about what makes me happy I realised that for me happiness is the things I … Continue reading Happy