When it comes to photography, living in East Anglia has some benefits – one of these is that it is one of the few regions in the UK where you can both see the sun rise and set over the sea. Having been to Aldeburgh recently to see the sun rise over the sea, I had decided that I should complete the set and try to get some shots of the sun setting over the sea. So we decided to head over to Hunstanton, on the west coast of Norfolk to see the sun set over the wash. Continue reading
I’d been wanting to take some sunrise shots for a while but needed to find a good location. I wanted somewhere with a natural beauty and ideally something to provide some foreground interest. I quickly decided that the coast was an obvious choice – it’s east facing and there are plenty of piers, boulders, groynes and other structures to add to interest to the shots. I chose Aldeburgh on the Suffolk coast as the destination for this trip. After hearing that I wanted to go to the seaside, the family were insistent that they wanted to come too Continue reading »
We’re in the middle of winter here in the UK. We’ve just passed the shortest day (8-9 hours of day light), it’s easy to make excuses to stay at home in the warm, but I have been determined to get out more with my camera. The sun was beginning to set on this Sunday afternoon when I decided it was time to try my hand at light trails again. I had previously tried some inner city light trails with traffic lights and lit up buses – this was good practice, but I struggled to keep the camera steady, having only taken a monopod. I learned from this previous experience and headed out with a tripod and a remote release to a bridge over the A140 near Diss. Continue reading »
For my Birthday, my wife kindly bought me tickets to the Blancpain GT Series at Brands Hatch. This was an event I was seriously looking forward to, having always been a GT fan, and also being at a circuit I had never visited before. The days before hand were filled with internet research trying to find the best locations for both unobstructed access to the cars and hopefully some great close racing, along with ensuring everything was charged, clean and ready to go.
The day involved a very early start as we had decided to drive down from Norfolk for the day rather than staying over. Continue reading »
Well, I have managed to get my domain. Now I have just need to get my website up and running.
Photography is my hobby and I wanted somewhere to showcase my work and share my experiences.
I’m hoping to keep you updated on where I’ve been and the photography I’ve done.
My current photographic interests are Panoramas, Landscapes and Portraits (mainly of my young children).
Please check back soon to see how I’m getting on.
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