I snapped this photo just the other week whilst at the seaside. A ship at sea (generally its natural habitat) caught my attention and naturally, my hands went for my camera. Photography really has taken over.Read more "A Ship at Sea"
A photo from some random date over the past few days when at the beach. Amazing what you find.Read more "A Fisherman’s Friend"
Another photo from a few weeks back when I was at the beach. Yet again, it was Mother who pointed this little spade in the sand and before she could say “Snap that shovel!” well… I did just that. Oh, and sorry for the awful editing, I tried my best!Read more "Left Behind"
Scrap all the other times I have said this, but this is my best photo yet. I hate being rather boastful, but I love the way I have captured this, the lighting, the angle, everything is perfect! I took it yesterday whilst at the seaside, and this is exactly how I found this bottle. Usually, […]Read more "Where’s the Message?"
By far, one of my best photos so far. This, is a completely un-edited photo. It’s kind of fresh I suppose too – I only took it about seven hours ago. Not enough of us appreciate water in our world. It’s not just about our uses, but the uses of nature. Without water, these beautiful […]Read more "Swan and Cygnets"
Yet another one from Ayr. A photo I took overlooking an abandoned field and further than that, the airport, and even further, away in the distance, Arran.Read more "Sneaking Through"
Not much to say about this one. Just take it all in and admire the beauty of the universe and it’s tiny spheres and glowing circles… And no, I did not quite any song, the photograph is actually called that, because I said so. Ok? Good. Byeee….Read more "The Sun Goes Down, The Stars Come Out"
I took this one yesterday, so you could say it is fresh. I travelled all the way to the sea side, the west one, with my trusty camera. I took a heck of a lot of pictures. Some including pictures of seagulls. Pictures like this poser, a loyal seaman…Read more "A Loyal Seaman"
Greetings! A very merry Friday to you too! I’ve just came back from seeing “Dark Shadows” at the cinema which I honestly loved! Therefore, I probably will do a small review or something on it, just to try and encourage you to go and see it! But before I go any further, let’s take a look […]Read more "Vampires or Witches?"
This was one I took whilst in Edinburgh, once again, on Monday. This, once again, was taken in the Scott Monument as I was making the slow decent of 200 ft and 287 steps, down the narrow spiral staircase. That was one hell of a climb.Read more "Dizzy Stairs"
This is a photo I edited from my trip to Edinburgh on Monday. I call it, “Not the Busy Street’” as although I thought Edinburgh was a very busy place, I hardly saw a lot of cars, but maybe that was because of the road works and tram works that are going on throughout Edinburgh.I’ve […]Read more "Not the Busy Street"
As promised… Well, I finished my last blog post off with me leaving you hanging, awaiting my photos from the top of the Scott Monument, Edinburgh. Well… here they are. Unlike the last blog post, I won’t make a comment for almost every picture, I’ll just let you see for yourself, what is was really […]Read more "A Day in the Capital City (Part 2)"
What I got up to on my bank holiday…Read more "A Day in the Capital City (Part 1)"
Nothing to say about this photograph. Just a green plant in focus.Read more "A Green Plant in Focus"
We don’t appreciate the role of our mothers. Not just pots and pans and washing and dusting. Think about it deeply. Can you make a list with all of the things your mother does or did for you? The answer is no. Know why? Because the list would be never ending.Read more "Mother’s Role"
The things I do for you lot. I’ve probably damaged my camera lens by taking this shot. But hey, it was worth it, wasn’t it? The way the movement of the clouds, the shillouettes of the trees and the giant suburban flood light have been captured. But even more importantly, the centrepiece. – The reason […]Read more "The Sun"