lachlansimages

The travels, musings and thoughts of a man and his camera.

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Pulling A Rabbit Out Of The Hat

And a bull as well. I live in the northwest of England and thanks to a comprehensive road and rail network I can travel around a great part of it very easily.  The rabbit image was taken in Bradford in West Yorkshire, one of the cities whose wealth was built on the wool trade.  One of the benefits of this trade was the building of galleries and museums by the mill owners, such […]

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At The Festival.

Sorting the files after the hurly burly of Christmas and I came across this image from the Edinburgh Festival. The man’s act consisted of a sequence of sinuous movements while balancing the crystal ball on the back of his hand and allowing it to roll along his limbs before the climax where he bent down and allowed the ball to roll down his back as he stood up straight to bring the ball to a […]

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Boots & Whiskey On A Sunday Night.

To quote some ELO lyrics ‘Rain is falling’ so on these occasions I like to work on my studio techniques, being more of a landscape photographer I’m guilty of neglecting this discipline. I have a small computer table which I have fitted out as a small studio set that I can dress in a variety of ways, I have fixed an old projector screen to the back of it and this forms […]

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Thunder In The Glens

Thunder In The Glens is an annual meeting for Harley Davidson owners which takes place in August at Aviemore in the Scottish Highlands and is an event I always like to visit with the camera when I am in Scotland, it’s a great hunting ground for the candid image.   For the weekend of the meeting the main street comes alive with the sound of the low, rumbling throb of […]

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Appleby Horse Fair

In an earlier post I mentioned in passing the Appleby Horse Fair and I thought I would revisit it and add a few more images.  The fair takes place annually at the beginning of June and centres on the former county town of Appleby, once of Westmorland now of Cumbria. The fair has been in existence since the sixteenth century when horses were the mainstay of agricultural work plus horses […]

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