Category Archives: composition

Japanese anemones – before the decay

I was thinking it was time I posted a Still Life or two, then got distracted…. In the past, I have taken some images of Japanese anemones as they have decayed…. today I thought I would take some while the

Japanese anemones – before the decay

I was thinking it was time I posted a Still Life or two, then got distracted…. In the past, I have taken some images of Japanese anemones as they have decayed…. today I thought I would take some while the

In the Shadows(3)

The window blinds were deliberately drawn in the upper rooms of this house to preserve the colours of the contents, but it made for some interest shadowy images:

In the Shadows(3)

The window blinds were deliberately drawn in the upper rooms of this house to preserve the colours of the contents, but it made for some interest shadowy images:

Slave to the Phone

In London’s Neal’s Yard yesterday at lunchtime it became quite busy, and the world and his wife were in thrall to their phones…. the modern urban landscape. I took a number of images of individuals using their phones, but here

Slave to the Phone

In London’s Neal’s Yard yesterday at lunchtime it became quite busy, and the world and his wife were in thrall to their phones…. the modern urban landscape. I took a number of images of individuals using their phones, but here

Patterns

Just thinking I need to get out and take more photographs, but not in this heat….Then I was idly flicking through some images, and thought these were worth showing Reflected in a window: An old gasometer repurposed:      

Patterns

Just thinking I need to get out and take more photographs, but not in this heat….Then I was idly flicking through some images, and thought these were worth showing Reflected in a window: An old gasometer repurposed:      

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #60: Framing the Shot

Over time, I have use different framing devices, to lead the viewer in. A recent trip to Standen saw me using doors …and here at St Dunstan in the East I’ve used an arch: There was a time when I used to

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #60: Framing the Shot

Over time, I have use different framing devices, to lead the viewer in. A recent trip to Standen saw me using doors …and here at St Dunstan in the East I’ve used an arch: There was a time when I used to

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #59: Angles

I’m probably being a bit simplistic here, judging by the posts given by others, but here goes for shadows at angles: Linked to Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge at Ann Christine’s here

Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge #59: Angles

I’m probably being a bit simplistic here, judging by the posts given by others, but here goes for shadows at angles: Linked to Lens-artist’s Photo Challenge at Ann Christine’s here

Street / 63

The final Street image from my recent visit to Coal Drops Yard. as with the last image, no-one is looking towards the camera:

Street / 63

The final Street image from my recent visit to Coal Drops Yard. as with the last image, no-one is looking towards the camera:

Street / 62

Probably the penultimate one from Coal Drops Yard from the recent visit. The first was monochrome, as is this one…

Street / 62

Probably the penultimate one from Coal Drops Yard from the recent visit. The first was monochrome, as is this one…