Monthly Archives: September 2011

Disused, derelict mining railtrack

As I said in a previous post (Derelict Mine Workings) about the derelict mining site, its good to get away from the usual commercial photography and, indeed, the normal landscape photography I do for relaxation. As you will see from … Continue reading

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Ivy covered house

Now living close to Durham City, I have had the opportunity to make a couple of visits in the early morning, before the crowds arrive.  Although the mornings have not always been that good for photographing, I was fortunate with … Continue reading

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Derelict Mine Workings

While out exploring in the surrounding area of where we live, I came across a field with what looked like a decaying pile of concrete. Pulling off the road I could see there was no gate, no warning signs or … Continue reading

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Stained Glass Window

I was asked to photograph a couple of stained glass windows in the local church.  Fortunately the day was reasonably bright and the sun wasn’t shining directly through the window. The colours in the windows are vibrant, but some of … Continue reading

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Just starting out

This is our new blog site which, over time will become a primary site for us to communicate with the big wide world.  Until then please visit our more general commercial photography site.  If commercial photography is your main interest … Continue reading

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