Category Archives: Sigma 18-200 OS

I have had a long gap since my last portrait session, largely due to work pressures and the hassles of having a tiny girl around at the learning to walk stage. It was a great pleasure therefore this weekend to meet with Argyll artist Margaret Ker for a proper, no distraction portrait session. Margaret and…

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Last weekend Julie and I put Hannah in her “Bush Baby” backpack carrier and tried a beautiful small hillwalk with great views over Jura and Scarba and the Corryvreckan. These are three images of Julie holding Hannah after her urgent feed, (despite me being the one that carried her!), I got a tiny cereal bar!!! This one…

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  • I’ll get you two cereal bars next time … but you’re still carrying Hannah!

  • Better than a calender!.

No one really expects to fall in love, but hey when it comes, it comes and you had better be ready to muster all your dignity and accept the inevitable. Anyway, such it was with Harry, the finest minihound in Argyll. My dear friends Jay and Fi, (who appeared in my last post), are step-mum…

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    That’s terriers for you…x

Last Friday I was heading back from a day in Tighnabruach in Argyll, there is a lovely viewpoint at the high point on the road between there and Glendaruel. There was a hazy, misty quality to the light so I stopped to take a few landscape snaps. They weren’t great, but I thought the Kyles…

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This was my host for my visit to Toronto. Jim Craigen is a brilliant and very international trainer in co-operative learning techniques for teachers. I couldn’t have wished for better company while there. Here of course he is caught indulging in his less-well-known hobby of “impersonating a TV detective”.

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