I’ve shot some Christmas pictures in the past years, and now that autumn is approaching its end and winter is... Read more
Rules, regulations, do not, please do not, mind this, mind that. Well.
I was watching this photo on flickr of a tree trunk washed onshore, when I realised that I photographed several of them... Read more
English winter requires the use of winter tires, but the English do not know it.
Zeiss Sonnar 135mm is a very good lens - not on digital, though.
Rubbish and recycling bins seem to be part of the urban decor :-)
Testing my Bronica in Newcastle
I like to photograph reflections in car windscreens. Unintentionally, it seems that my eye has been attracted by Minis mostly.... Read more
Often the vocabulary is just the heritage of the culture and the things surrounding us. For example, “pizza” is spelled... Read more
I noticed today that Tesco does not indicate anymore “contains flour treatment agent” on the bread. Perhaps all the types... Read more
A good old Sonnar is almost as good as a trusty cuppa!
I can’t ignore them. The English place their graveyard right in the middle of inhabited centres. They create interesting contrasts... Read more
Since 2003, I’ve been living in England. Not every year since, but almost, I have been photographing homes (English homes,... Read more
Durham photographed with a tilted lens.
A picture of the woods around the School Engineering.
…a “listed building” but, more importantly, is a very, very cold place… when it’s cold. Photographically, the Priory is the... Read more