Light and lines, Conil de la Frontera and Cádiz . Observations from the Costa de la Luz, August 2021.
Gardeners’ World Christmas 2021 Great to have the Christmas cover of Gardeners’ World Magazine. Taken on a freezing cold day in January, when Christmas seasonal material was still available….just!
Continuing the route taken a few weeks ago, I kayaked from Park Royal to Little Venice today, as the conditions were good. I’ve cycled along this route every week over the last year, so it was nice to see everything at a slower pace. And I was rewarded with a Kingfisher sighting near Kensal Rise Cemetery. Just a blue flash, but I’ll take that as a definite! The canal does appear to be cleaner along this stretch, so there is obviously enough food to support it.
Fromelles and Rue Petillon Commonwealth War Cemeteries in the Somme region of Northern France. It is quite sobering seeing how big some of these are. And also finding the large number of small sites, where soldiers were buried fairly close to where they fell. From 2010, where the first Commonwealth War Graves Commission for over 50 years was constructed at Fromelles, after the discovery of 250 British and Australian soldiers buried near Pheasant Wood. These were casualties of the Battle of Fromelles in 1916. 1. Rosa ‘Remembrance’ at Fromelles and pink roses at Rue Petillon. 2 & 5. Fromelles 3. […]
Tom Hoblyn as hands on craftsman…building a bridge in his garden in Suffolk! Pleased to see this portrait being used in the publicity material for his ‘Majlis Garden’ at The Chelsea Flower Show this year.
Great to see this image of Twickenham Bridge used on a book cover. Originally monochrome, an interesting new interpretation.
An edit of recent photographs posted on Instagram in 2018.
Some published work from 2018.
An edit of Drawing Dark Waters images – walks along the Thames 2018.
Seascapes from 2018 and early 2019, taken in Spain (Andalucia, Conil de la Frontera, Novo Sancti Petri) and Dunwich in Suffolk. Edits from Instagram posts.