Monthly Archives: January 2009

Face in the trunk

Self-portrait with a wind-swept beech tree one day of freezing gales last March high on Roundway Hill in Wiltshire. I have had a number of requests to include my lensed tree photography and not just pinhole photos on my website. I really feel that aesthetically the two styles don’t mix well at all so I […]

Silver birch with grasses

Over the Christmas period I had the opportunity to use for the first time the beautiful spalted hawthorn camera which was made for me by Mark Goddard. The light this day was soft but directional. The waving twigs made the dry grasses on the floor of the wood shimmer and glow.

Fish #2

I frequently debate in my mind whether images need words or not. This photo and the one I posted the other day both seem better without words of explanation. Their addition merely serves to shatter the essential mystery of the subject.



Winter’s geometry

My new year’s day composition for the annual f295 call for entry.