Category: Photography

Blossom on the Thorn

“Scraps of blackthorn blossom fleck my coat,Another gust of hail, and down they float; A fine spring this— the earth as cold as stone, North-easterlies that cut you to the bone. The primroses have withered, one by one,The bluebells cower, praying for the sun…”… Continue Reading “Blossom on the Thorn”

Back to Blackfriars

Back in the days just before all the lockdowns began when we took such social crowding for granted and Blackfriars Underpass along the Thames’ Southbank walkway was full of pedestrians. I hesitate to take photos of people face to face but managed to capture… Continue Reading “Back to Blackfriars”

Natural as Light

There are a dozen or so technical terms for natural lighting but I’m still a suck it and see kind of photographer. One afternoon last summer, at a Cornish bay, I saw the small boat sail across (it reminded me of “Pascali’s Island” but… Continue Reading “Natural as Light”