When COVID struck we all had to make sacrifices, unless you were a Tory politician of course. For most of us that meant travel restrictions and social distancing. This is one reason that you may have noticed a gap in my Landscape galleries. Another reason was that I needed some new inspiration.
Recently, I turned back to a genre of photography that I used to enjoy back in the mists of time, when film and chemistry were used to make photographs instead of computers.
I was pleased to discover that I still remembered much of what I had learned back then and some of the new digital techniques complimented that knowledge quite well.
I also discovered that many of the artefacts that I employ in my Living History Work also serve as excellent props for these images.
Rather than burden the creaking architecture of this web site even more, I decided to upload a simple Web Gallery that I can update from Adobe Lightroom for you. It’s not fancy but it will at least allow you to see some of my work.