I'm constantly amazed how many people pop in to have a gander at my images but leave and say nothing, I believe they're known as 'lurkers'. Are my images that bad? It's certainly not a case of looking at the same type of image over and over again, as someone once said, my site is 'a mixed bag', so therefore there should be something for everyone. Is it just a case of seeing what others do, grab a few ideas or are they just plain nosy. Perhaps it's that I'm not connected to them so they won't lea…
Food & Drink, album created on March 1, 2017
A selection of foods, herbs and spices from various markets, and homemade of course...
Argens-Minervois and Aude, album created on June 3, 2017
13 items in total.
Animals, Butterflies & Moths, album created on June 21, 2014
72 items in total.
November 18, 2015These days we all seem to store hundreds, if not thousands, of images on hard drives. A few years ago I was on a one to one photographic workshop in France run by Geoff Powell. At the time Geoff was a photographer of 35 years standing, he was also a darkroom printer. Geoff made me think differently about my photography (though I didn’t agree with everything he said), he also said, ‘there’s no point in photography unless you have an output, and there’s no point in storing thousands of photogr…
June 26, 2013I joined sometime ago, I didn't know anyone and consequently not a lot happened and the account stood idle. I think I'd put so much work into flickr that I really didn't want to start all over again, and it wasn't just a case of transferring my images across, but also trying to find like minded contacts too. What kick started me into action was my old friend John Maenhout from Belgium, a contact from my Trek Earth days, he joined just to upload one image and to support me, and that was enough to…