Walking up the lane, looking up at the beech trees caught in November sunshine.
Short walk through this tiny hillside beechwood on a sunny winter’s day. Above Cragg Vale, 2015
Tired shopping, forgotten shop windows in Reims
A state building* in Berlin, shapes, reflections, lines, some water and small people. *Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus, pictures taken in October 2014
Some of the prints I’ll be taking along to Hebden Bridge Town Hall Print Fair on May 23rd What’s this all about? > Really Wrapping it up
A small pier in February sunshine, 5 minutes with a camera, Menai Bridge
I’ve just read ‘Bone and Blood’ by Margo Gorman. It’s the Irish Berlin novel, and I really enjoyed it. It’s a different perspective on a slice of European history, based on fragments of a true story. It’s about a young Irish woman who escaped from her village to shiny, glamorous Berlin in the 1930’s, and got […]
The Sanssouci Palace is the former summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, in Potsdam, near Berlin. It is often counted among the German rivals of Versailles. Wikipedia Old photos from a walk in the park on a sunny winter’s day in 1990, scanned.
Black and white street photos of Berlin, taken at the very end of 1990 (the year after the wall came down), in and around Prenzlauerberg (mostly) Scanned black and white prints