Monthly Archives: January 2015

Shopping trolleys – the way to travel!

This is my daughter HB. Today we were shopping, (walking 327 miles around Ikea’s human-livestock milking maze), and eventually she decided that a trolley was marginally better when combined with a rare chocolate-coin bribe than me breaking my back carrying her around as is her usual want! Anyway, this is all irrelevant except to explain…

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Chris

This is Chris. The 26th person in order from my 100 portraits project. Poor Chris from memory deserved some praise for showing up to meet me for photographs on a weekend morning considering that he had had a lively night beforehand leaving him the worse for wear; very game indeed considering I took 140-or-so exposures….

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Innes

It’s really interesting picking up on my 100-portraits project again. Innes is a case in point. There were about 6 or 7 distinct images that I could have chosen, and what absolutely amazes me is that I remember dismissing some of them back in 2008  and now that I’m looking again, I really like some…

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Drumchapel Water Tower

A snatched moment today of the Drumchapel water tower. This is one of the most striking and futuristic structures that the ’50s gave Glasgow. I have always wanted to photograph it, but had imagined dreamy sunset skies and the magical mood lighting that the city has given its water towers. What I got was 10…

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Rose

After my post yesterday about artistic risk-taking, I am moderately sheepish about offering this safe genre photograph of a bunch of roses that have cheered up this cold January house a little bit. I really liked their orange and red variegation and so resolved to capture them before their inevitable decay. This was using normal…

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