Nottingham’s Pride

This months photo blogging challenge theme is:  patriotic (n.) lit.  One who defends or is zealous for their country’s prosperity, freedom, or rights. I struggled with this theme, because I feel that patriotism is not always a good thing. In the past in Britain, when our people were fighting in world wars, they were considered as … Continue reading Nottingham’s Pride

Unlocking The Past

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Door.” This door belongs to ‘The House of The Flying Wheel’, the former manufacturing centre for Samuel Morley’s textile empire based in Nottingham during the 1800’s.  This is one of Samuel Morley’s original and most prominent textile manufacturing plants. The 19th Century name given to the … Continue reading Unlocking The Past

Finding The Past

This months photo blogging challenge theme is  ‘Anything goes’. I have had a very busy June.  I have been on a photography project based at Backlit Gallery, who are located in an inner city area called Sneinton in the City of Nottingham. There is something very special and unique about Backlit Gallery, because it is … Continue reading Finding The Past

Human Camera

This year I enrolled onto a short course participating in a mixed media photography and literature project.  This course is run by a social enterprise called HumanCamera, they worked in partnership with  Global Words Literary Consultancy who are a Community Interest Company who explore creative photography and writing, without too much focus on the technical aspects.  The aim is to end … Continue reading Human Camera

Photos Of Purple

My photos of purple:  Purple Culture On the left is a purple wild flower I found growing in my garden.  Some would say its a weed because it looks like a nettle, but nettles don’t have flowers and this one doesn’t sting. The picture on the bottom right is a candid shot, I liked the … Continue reading Photos Of Purple