Monthly Archive: September, 2016

Sunrise at Tenby Castle

Very little of the castle remain, but the many cannon dotted around the castle hill make excellent subjects. This time of the morning, the holidaymakers are still asleep, and it’s only the odd,… Continue reading

Tenby Before Dawn

In the pre-dawn light, Tenby looks more mediterranean then west Wales – peaceful and colourful. This is why you get up before dawn. For a higher quality version, please see my Flickr page.… Continue reading

St Catherine’s Island, Tenby

I took a long exposure image of the fort on St Catherine’s Island, Tenby, at sunrise. The seagulls on the beach, bless ’em, kept still for the entire 25 second exposure. Seems you… Continue reading

Chichester Harbour

It was threatening rain, and we eventually got soaked, but it was a great day at Chichester harbour. If you get one of those days with a threatening sky, be patient – if… Continue reading

Selsey Lifeboat Station

It looks calm in the image, but the very presence of the Lifeboat Station tells you how dangerous the sea can be. That said – there are small boats in abundance – giving many… Continue reading

Dell Quay

Dell Quay in Sussex consists of a little cluster of houses, along with a pub, at the end of a narrow lane. There are quite a few boats around – so there are things… Continue reading

Photographers Eye

Trying my hand at low key lighting in a studio – which I found very enjoyable. Low key lighting is actually quite straightforward as you generally use only one light, and it gives… Continue reading