Winter colour and texture, 2.3.18 – Castanea sativa or sweet chestnut. The bark of a sweet chestnut is quite distinctive, and often looks like a cloth draped over branches as it spirals upwards. Winter colour and texture, 2.3.18 – frozen pond Winter colour and texture, 2.3.18 – Wild flower seed heads in snow Winter colours and textures, 28.2.18 – Eucalyptus glaucescens, or Tingiringi gum Winter colours and textures, 28.2.18 – Hamamelis mollis ‘Nymans’ or witch hazel. These always look far too delicate for winter but seem to tolerate anything the British weather throws at them. Winter colours and textures, 28.2.18 […]
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From two rolls of 35mm Kodak Tri X shot in 1985. More reference shots whilst searching for a car location in the City, near the Museum of London. This street, Little Britain, was boarded up, ready for demolition. I can’t remember why, but the location was never used in the end.
More test shots along the Thames between Mortlake and Kew. Amazing variations in the light over the last two days.
From a walk along the Grand Union Canal, Brentford.
Not spring colour, but some infra red images from a roll taken whilst I was at college….circa 1980. They came to mind after a conversation this morning. Requiring the old E4 process, which was pretty much obsolete, even then, it was a bit of a palava to use. And expensive. But turning anything containing chlorophyll bright red, it was interesting to play with.
Images found on various walks in early spring 2013.
Confluence. Three of London’s lesser known rivers in one place. All within a few hundred metres of the North Circular and Brent Cross Shopping Centre. Mutton Brook (bottom left) and Dollis Brook (right) merging to form the River Brent, which heads off top left towards Brentford Dock and ultimately the Thames.
Some new photographs from the Coast Of Light series, taken during August 2012.