Category Archives: Travel Photography

It’s all up in the air: Part 2

I like aircraft and, as it’s now well into the airshow season, I thought I’d share some more aircraft images, some brand new, some from previous adventures.  Aircraft in the air are challenging, yet fun, to photograph because they are fast moving and often a bit far away.  I’ve got some quite long focal length […]

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It’s a mystery to me.

I have a book, by ex-BBC journalist John Timpson, called, “Timpson’s England”.  It’s a celebration of the unusual and mysterious things to be found all over England.  We can look for our own unusual things and mysteries.  Sometimes they are obvious, and sometimes we have to search hard to find them.  This one was obvious.  It’s a […]

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A visit to Diagon Alley

In the Harry Potter wizard books, (that you may have heard about), there’s a place called Diagon Alley where wizards go to shop/bank and buy ice-creams.  It’s a magical and powerful place, and has a counterpart in creative photography; the diagonal composition line.  Think of it as your Diagonal Ally (groan). Let me explain… Images with strong […]

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