Posts Tagged ‘black and white’

New Forest Haven

New Forest Haven

Mark and I went down to the caravan owned by him and his Mum at Sandy Balls for a one night getaway this previous weekend, and spent a lot of time happily absorbed in photography on both days.  Saturday was bright and clear, very cold and with more snow still on the ground, Sunday was […]


Documents From Another Era

Documents From Another Era

One of the things that was so interesting about Manor House B were the amount of personal objects still remaining there, such as these antique documents lying on the table in the living room – money orders for one penny, newspapers, an AGM report for the Indian Railway Company dated 1873, and even a handwritten letter to someone […]


The Manor: A Photographic Record

The Manor: A Photographic Record

An abandoned manor house, hidden away from the public gaze, still holds many secrets of the previous occupants. People who left so much behind, when they said goodbye to the house for the final time. Here is a photographic journey into the heart of what was once someone’s home, an intimate portrait of another era […]


Dungeness

Dungeness

Spent a day down at Dungeness in Kent, taking “serious” photos with my Nikon on the tripod in order to slow myself down, and really look at everything long and hard before pressing the shutter (landscape is not my forté); and also the LX3 in the usual 1:1 aspect ratio for B&W snaps (which can […]

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