Posts Tagged: Ruins

Note to self…never chuck Negatives

Well, it’s a bit late now! But over the years, with house moves especially, it’s easy to get rid of stuff. Yesterday, in the heat, I thought I would do some gentle sorting….I didn’t get far, because I came across

Note to self…never chuck Negatives

Well, it’s a bit late now! But over the years, with house moves especially, it’s easy to get rid of stuff. Yesterday, in the heat, I thought I would do some gentle sorting….I didn’t get far, because I came across

Postcards from my Past / 6 Some eerie ruins in mid Wales

Many years ago, over 40 in fact, I came across a copy of Country Life in a waiting room. Flicking through idly as one does, there was an article about an abandoned mine in the Ystwyth valley in Wales. There

Postcards from my Past / 6 Some eerie ruins in mid Wales

Many years ago, over 40 in fact, I came across a copy of Country Life in a waiting room. Flicking through idly as one does, there was an article about an abandoned mine in the Ystwyth valley in Wales. There

5 Photos, 5 Stories, Day 4

Pauline of ‘Memories are Made of This’ has nominated me to do the 5 photos, 5 stories. So my intention its to stick to a self-imposed theme of ‘a sense of place’, and see how I can interpret this in

5 Photos, 5 Stories, Day 4

Pauline of ‘Memories are Made of This’ has nominated me to do the 5 photos, 5 stories. So my intention its to stick to a self-imposed theme of ‘a sense of place’, and see how I can interpret this in

Attempting to create a sense of time passed…

I have always been fascinated by ruins, abandoned places, ever since I was quite small. In all the years that I have been taking photographs, I have endeavoured to take images of these sites without people. I have never wanted

Attempting to create a sense of time passed…

I have always been fascinated by ruins, abandoned places, ever since I was quite small. In all the years that I have been taking photographs, I have endeavoured to take images of these sites without people. I have never wanted

Lingering Look at Windows

Well, Thursday came around with alarming speed, but I’ve now got around to posting my Windows for this week’s Lingering Look at Windows. Thought I would look at windows in ruins/derelict buildings this week, by way of a theme within

Lingering Look at Windows

Well, Thursday came around with alarming speed, but I’ve now got around to posting my Windows for this week’s Lingering Look at Windows. Thought I would look at windows in ruins/derelict buildings this week, by way of a theme within

Weekly Travel theme: Time

This week’s travel theme over at “Where’s my backpack”, Ailsa’s excellent blog, is ‘Time’. I thought about what ‘time’ evokes for me, and where, from my travels, I could illustrate this. Firstly, the obvious – how time has been measured.

Weekly Travel theme: Time

This week’s travel theme over at “Where’s my backpack”, Ailsa’s excellent blog, is ‘Time’. I thought about what ‘time’ evokes for me, and where, from my travels, I could illustrate this. Firstly, the obvious – how time has been measured.

Roaming around the ruins

At last, summer has arrived! I spent a fun afternoon over at Bayham Abbey on the Kent/Sussex border. The sun brought out the colours and textures of the old stone, and I spent time taking photographs that would capture the

Roaming around the ruins

At last, summer has arrived! I spent a fun afternoon over at Bayham Abbey on the Kent/Sussex border. The sun brought out the colours and textures of the old stone, and I spent time taking photographs that would capture the