Let There Be Light

Its been a while since ive been out with my camera. I've not really felt too inspired this year. No reason, simply haven't felt creative. Until last night. I am very lucky to live close to Liverpool. For years we have had a rich musical heritage and now thats being complimented by wonderful art. The … Continue reading Let There Be Light

Here lies the last of a rare breed

Here lies Donald Campbell. One of England's great adveturers. A breed of man that no longer exists. He was killed on January 4th 1967 attempting the World water speed record on Lake Coniston in Cumbria. His fatal attempt was recorded on film accompanied by his last words " She's going.....she's going". The boat broke on … Continue reading Here lies the last of a rare breed

60 Years of James Bond at the Cinema – part 1 – The Connery years.

All posters copyright EON Productions It is 60 years since Sean Connery first wore that famous tuxedo and faced the villain Doctor No in Jamaica. Having been born 2 months before the films release i have always grown up with them. The first film i saw was "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" in 1969. I … Continue reading 60 Years of James Bond at the Cinema – part 1 – The Connery years.

60 Years, or 24 weeks, of James Bond at the Cinema

Yesterday marked 60 years to the day the first James Bond film ( Dr No. ) premiered on the silver screen. It was October 5th 1962 when cinema audiences got to see the character of James Bond and hear that signature music for the very first time. Sixty years later we have 25 ( official … Continue reading 60 Years, or 24 weeks, of James Bond at the Cinema

Childhood’s Chariots

Fifty years ago we didn't have traffic congestion. Few people owned cars, phones or colour television sets. But we got around, thanks to these things called "buses". They took us everywhere we wanted, for pennies, from very early in the morning to very late at night. You got them to school, work, pubs and dates. … Continue reading Childhood’s Chariots