Month: July 2015

28th July 2015 / Procrastination

I am pleased to announce that I have just sent off my application to study a BA Photography. No big really – as you may know, I have dilly and…

28th July 2015 / Procrastination

The distinguishing isn’t about style but about subjects and blogs can be anything: Creative (a fictional story written in parts as blog entries) news reporting (even if it’s news about…

27th July 2015 / Reviews (Of Sorts)

The movie that inspired Terry Gilliam’s 12 Monkeys, Chris Marker’s La jetée is a landmark of science-fiction filmmaking, a 28-minute masterpiece told almost entirely in still frames. Set in a…

22nd July 2015 / Music

A Tiding of Magpies is a collaborative exploration in sound by Oz Hardwick and Andrew Backhouse. Based on the border between Yorkshire and the Otherworld, we mine the rich interface…

21st July 2015 / Holiday

Most of these were shot on the ascent and descent of Lough Rigg Fell, in the Lake District – Cumbria UK – in March 2014. They were the first photographs…

21st July 2015 / Holiday

Dornoch beach is a beautiful expanse of golden sand located on the tranquil Dornoch Firth. Miles of golden sand stretch from Dornoch Point heading past Embo beach to the mouth…

21st July 2015 / Procrastination

Shot using a SONY QX-10. This is easily my favourite street photography camera.  

21st July 2015 / Holiday

There has been a stone church on the site since 672 when Saint Wilfrid replaced the previous timber church of the monastery at Ripon (a daughter house of Aiden’s monastery…