Merry Christmas everyone. Peas n love.
Taken back in January when we had the really bad snow, or really good snow as it may be to a photographer.
The whole dock area around Birkenhead is on the cusp of redevelopment. These buildings may look like empty old dockside warehouses but they are modern apartments. This is whats going to happen as the company that owns the land, Peel Holdings, have a huge plan to redevelop it all.
Back in 2005 I photographed this road in summer with an infrared filter. The brilliant thing about the infrared filter is it makes a summer scene look like winter. In fact, it seems like the infrared summer scene is prettier than the actual winter scene. This is because the trees have leaves which add to the winter effect.
One of the four bridges in Birkenhead on a very very cold foggy winter morning.
In other news I entered the National Geographic photography competition. I didn’t win but two of my photos have been featured in the top photos from Week 11. The woman I photographed on Remembrance Sunday and The Louvre. Happy with that.
A lovely sunset provided a gorgeous orange backdrop to the winter scene in New Brighton yesterday.