Whilst walking around London I noticed this hidden gem, it was just outside Buckingham Palace looking towards St. James' Park.
It wasn't until I got home that I Googled this location and it's actually looking towards Downing Street and Westminster. Quite a unique view.Read More
Blue skies, carpets of green crops growing in the Bank Holiday sun.
Over the long weekend, I went off for a countryside hike with a friend in the hope we'd find something of interest to take photos of. I have a camera to test out for a review and it seemed like the perfect opportunity. I also look a lens ball with me which I might share the photos of in the next few days.
I'm pretty happy with how this one has come out.Read More
For a couple of weeks I'm testing out the Olympus E-M10iii (full post on the blog soon).
Over the Bank Holiday I went off for a walk around the countryside to put it through it's paces. It stood pretty well with landscape photo and this week I'm putting it to work in cities.Read More
Shortly before the storm hit.
Standing on top of this rock looking down onto the lake it all feels so quiet, you can't hear the nearby road, people generally don't visit this part so all you can hear is the occasional bird.
When I started to walk to this part the sky was blue but slowly this turned a darker shade as the clouds moved in, shortly after this photo the rain poured the storm swept in.Read More
Looking for the fine details. Lately I seem to have just been taking woodland photos but there's something about capturing the details in nature.
Starting in the next few weeks I'm going to try and mix things up a little bit and try my hand at some portrait photography.Read More
Oh West Pier, how I love you.
When it's quiet I love to just sit here and set the camera up for a long exposure. You can just hear the sea and the seagulls.
I have a feeling that I could happily take a photo of the West Pier everyday and not get bored.Read More