Air Sea Rescue heroes

Here in the UK we have a wonderful organisation called the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institute), a charity staffed by volunteers who devote themselves to saving lives at sea. As an island with over 11,000 miles of coastline you can imagine how important they are to us. Together with the Maritime & Coastguard Agency they … Continue reading Air Sea Rescue heroes

Street photography in deserted streets on lockdown day 330.

Even idiots are allowed opinions. These days are difficult for us street photographers. There's nobody about. Well, thats technically not true, there are a few, but with most people observing lockdown measures it does make the art somewhat difficult. Never mind. So with layered clothing and gloves i had a walk around New Brighton today … Continue reading Street photography in deserted streets on lockdown day 330.

Thank you for your normality

Its normal to go to the shops. Even in a pandemic we take shopping for granted. We can buy whatever we like. We are spoiled for choice. Apart from face coverings nothing is different. We take these places for granted. But do we stop and consider the people, the heroes, who have given us this … Continue reading Thank you for your normality

Down in the Park….

Another dry day another chance to update one of my projects. "The Park" is the photographic story of 12 months in the life of the worlds oldest municipal park, Birkenhead Park in Merseyside in the UK. Opened in 1847 it has lived through 2 world wars and now 2 pandemics. After the floodA visit to … Continue reading Down in the Park….

More pictures from “The Park”.

I haven't done any work on my Birkenhead Park project for a while so yesterday i decided to go and take a few shots.These were all taken on my Canon EOS 5D with 70 - 200mm lens . More images and details of the project itself can be seen on the projects web site at: … Continue reading More pictures from “The Park”.