Category Archives: Olympus 45mm f1.8 MFT

Stuart and Jen preshoot

Apologies for the dry year on MB.net It’s a long story, but this last year, I became a high school headteacher/principal. I have been really enjoying the experience, and I am really committed to making a difference, but I haven’t by any means stopped taking photographs, I just haven’t found much time for blogging. A…

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John

This amazing man has been a minor inspiration to me for years. I have known John a little professionally for a decade or more, and I have always found him to be charismatic, charming and amazingly well dressed. I recall once meeting him in Glasgow in passing and he was wearing an amazing corduroy suit…

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Tom

This extremely handsome and likeable young man is Tom. He is the son of a friend and last Saturday night he joined us as a few of us sat chatting. He happened to sit in a chair with a downlighter-standard lamp above and to the right of his head. I was immediately struck by how…

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Fullarton Fairy Trail

A couple of weeks ago, my wonderful friend Gillian and I took her daughter and HB to the…..well, you can read I suppose, so no point in me repeating it. The trail is in Troon, so not only did the girls enjoy searching for fairies, (I know, as a scientific rationalist I really struggle with…

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  • Mary Poppins

    Beautifully reflects a lovely day with the two wee fairies.
    Bravo! MPx

  • Jacqueline O'Donnell

    I love these photographs Mathew.

    Forget the science and come along to the nurser; there a few children who will convince you about the wonderful and magical world of fairies!

    Bring your camera!

Rainy Troon

These were taken a couple of weeks ago when HB and I had a wee afternoon in Troon. It was a dreich and miserable day but I made the mistake of uttering the words of paternal folly, “what would you like to do today”? “Troon” came the answer! So here we are, car parked and…

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