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UK resident, in north west Lancashire. It was time for a career change and a lifelong interest in photography has opened up a new path with new challenges. As well as submissions to photo libraries and magazines I'm also putting together a selection of e-book titles through Amazon Kindle.

A Rainy Morning With Coffee

Rain is falling so no excuse not to make some more progress with the projects I have in hand. The image above was taken on a trip out to nearby Southport, a resort on the Lancashire coast  not too far outside of Liverpool. It has a slightly faded gentility these days but that’s not to say it’s shabby. The shot is of the interior of what had been a great […]

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Monday Monday

Sat at my desk on a cold, brisk day. Luckily the area where I live has missed the worst of the storms that have been battering the north of the UK. It was heartbreaking to see the flooding in Carlisle and Appleby, two places I know quite well.  Carlisle figures as my starting point for the fantastic rail journey around the Cumbrian coast. At times the track is feet away […]

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The Weather Outside Is Frightful

Yes it is, it really is. The upside though is that I’m sat in front of the PC screen working my way through two projects, with the occasional break for coffee, biscuits etc. The image above may feature in one of the projects. I’m putting together an e-book/print on demand book of Gothic inspired imagery. This image was taken in the St. James Gardens which lie in a former quarry immediately behind Liverpool’s […]

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Wednesday on my Mind.

Right it’s Wednesday, the first one in December so the clock is ticking away louder now as the year tumbles its way towards 2016. I’ve worked my way through a lot this year and I’ve set myself up with more to do next year. The ebooks I started to putting together this year have been progressing well, plus I’ve started on producing a print-on-demand stream of books, trickier to get […]

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Thoughts On A Rainy November Night

A few line to celebrate the launch my latest ebook on Kindle. (link above!) It’s a collection of the slightly odd images that have caught my eye. Street names, unusual bits of architecture or buildings. The personal sort of image that normally doesn’t find a home in my usual freelance work. The shot that catches the corner of my eye when I’m exploring a location looking for the ‘proper’ image. […]

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A bit of a gap since the last posting but it has been time well spent, I’ve been on a drive to get all my unedited images sorted out and into order. That’s been helped quite a bit by the appalling weather which has reduced the temptation to go out and about. I can see that it’s raining, I don’t need to go out and get wet to prove it. I’ve also […]

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