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

Tag Archive for ‘monochrome photography’

Warrington. A Neglected Corner.

The River Mersey is rightly associated with Liverpool, the port city that stands at it’s mouth. This though is only the triumphant end for the river which starts it’s journey high in the Pennines as the Rivers Goyt and Tame. As it loops through north Cheshire, heading for the sea, it passes through the town of Warrington, a place with a fine industrial heritage and on the southern bank, just […]

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Liverpool. Calderstones Park.

Like every other photographer I am always on the lookout for images, seeing if I can find  one with the elusive spark that tingles down the spine. For me it doesn’t have to be a dramatic scene, just one where the elements fall into place. Where there’s a sense of place. It’s a constant search as I look for material for the photobooks I produce. This shot is from a […]

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Studio Days – Tony

My normal photography interests are transport, architecture and travel though occasionally a chance comes along to do some portrait work.  I got to know Tony, above, when he worked in a coffee bar I used to  use. He also has an interest in photography and has gone on to complete a graphics course at University and I believe is now setting himself up in a freelance capacity.  My ‘studio’ was very basic, a couple of sheets hung […]

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