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Reading Time: < 1 minute Today is the final day of NaNoWriMo or what I’ve been calling it Blogvember. I’ve blogged every day this month and I’ve really enjoyed it. It feels like I’ve come home. I spent yesterday wandering around my home. It’s changing fast and I need to spend more time seriously photographing it not just casually as […]

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Bruges Architecture – Part 2

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Coal Drops Yard

Reading Time: 2 minutes Coal Drops Yard in London was originally constructed to receive coal from the North of England. Later it was used for nightclubs up until the 1990s when it fell into disuse. Today it has been reimagined by Heatherwick Studios as shops and cafes. There’s a nice little coffee shop tucked away in there not far […]

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Dusk

Reading Time: 2 minutes I think dusk is my favourite time of day. There’s the contrast of natural and unnatural light. It’s so fleeting too. You have maybe 10 minutes to get a good photo whereas Golden Hour is well, an hour. I just love to shoot black and white at this time of day. 

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The Earth and the Moon at Liverpool Cathedral

Reading Time: 2 minutes Created by artist Luke Jerram the Museum of the Moon and Earth use real NASA imagery to create a scale version of our planet and its moon. The moon was part of the River Festival in 2018 and the Earth for 2019. We were lucky enough to see it for the first time at Lakes Alive back […]

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Bruges is a fairytale town

Reading Time: 2 minutes In September my wife and I visited Bruges. We were inspired by the film ‘In Bruges’. Odd inspiration I know but it did make us want to go and see the place for real. You know what? It was very nice.  It’s a fairytale town, isn’t it? How’s a fairytale town not somebody’s ***ing thing? […]