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Tuesday, 28 July 2009

That's Small.


Andy spotted this little frog in the garden today and fearlessly captured it in his Tilley hat (nothing but the best for our family) and I dropped a few frames on it with the D700 and micro Nikkor.
 
 

Monday, 27 July 2009

The Great Escape.

A nide of young pheasants walked through the village today; they were last seen heading for Midford.

Sunday, 19 July 2009

Helens Birthday Suprise!

Our youngest daughter was 32 today; here she blows out
her candles with Tabitha.
 
And opens her presents.
 
What can it be.
  It’s only a key.
The secret.
 
The family had bought her a new car.

Saturday, 18 July 2009

A portrait of Lottie

Our Granddaughter four year old Lottie spent the day with us yesterday.
Wendy traced around her and Lottie filled in the details for this life-size portrait.
Looking for a good Chemist in Swanage, I can recomend  day lewis in Station Road (01929 422 115)
Give the large multiple a miss and go to a small traditional chemist with a friendly staff.

Thursday, 16 July 2009

Baths Young Musician.

 
It’s great to hear what happens to the people you photograph.
I photographed Christopher Avison when he became Baths young musician of the year about 7 years ago.
He now plays for the Cory Band the European Champions who won the World Championship in July this year.

Saturday, 11 July 2009

Friday, 10 July 2009

Foxy

 
Driving back from town today we spotted a fox walking across a field in broad daylight.
The longest lens I had in the car was 200mm and this is a very large blow-up from a very small image.

Saturday, 4 July 2009

Ian Richardson Remembered.

Coming soon to a book shop near you, Looking at the life and work of a truly unique performer, We Could Possibly Comment  by Sharon Mail gives an insight into this special man through tributes from more than fifty actors, directors, producers, writers, admirers and others. It includes the author’s personal recollections of a dear friend, and extracts from a lengthy interview conducted during a memorable visit to the actor’s home.
I was very pleased to see that one of my pictures of Ian has been chosen for the cover of the new book.
We could possibly comment-Ian Richardson remembered 
by Sharon Mail
ISBN: 9781848761841 £13.95

Thursday, 2 July 2009

High Speed Snail.

Spotted in a Keynsham car park, I think this snail in for a much faster trip than usual.