On Saturday I went to Gloucester with the We All Take Photos group because they were having a retro day. Gloucester transformed itself with vintage cars form the 1940’s, 50,s 60’s etc, a town crier, a 1940’s policeman plus Darth Vader and storm troopers. Cast members from the classic comedy series “Allo Allo” made guest … Continued
Last Sunday I went to Winterbourne Gardens as part of a photographic trip organised by WASPs ( We all shoot photo’s). It was my first time visiting the gardens owned by the University of Birmingham. Although the weather was not great we got an hour in the morning when it didn’t rain. These are beautiful … Continued
Last Sunday the Fifty Shades of Green charity fun run organised by Staffordshire Wild Life at the Chasewater Nature Reserve in Staffordshire. I was one of 8 photographers from the photography group WASP (We All Shoot Photos). It was a fun day with some great photo opportunities of which these are a small selection.
On the 2nd May to 18th May Dialogue is exhibiting at the Forum des Arts in Talence near Bordeaux in France and I am showing work as a group member. The Forum des Arts is a striking building and it is great to be showing there. The feedback from the show so far has been … Continued
New Primark store city centre and Eastside developments showing the changing face of Birmingham. I will add more images to this collection in the near future.
St Patrick’s Parade in Birmingham 2019. Bright sunshine and hail storms, marching bands and peaky blinders.
Merry Christmas everyone! Two early morning photographs near the Bullring on a Sunday in December.
Sunday 9th December I explored the street art around the Digbeth area of Birmingham, revisiting places I have previously photographed to document new street artworks.
I spent the last week in Limerick trying to dodge storm Diana. Having said that I got a few days in Limerick City that were fine. Always enjoy being back in Limerick.
I spent two weeks on a tour of the North and South Islands of New Zealand in October. It is the farthest I have ever travelled and it was a bit surreal to think I left the UK in Autumn and arrived in New Zealand in the Spring. The scenery was spectacular as well as … Continued