A post tinged with more than a little sadness....... Today I have sold my beloved X100, a camera that will be remembered for a very long time. Since the arrival of my M9 I have learned to live without the X100, it sits neglected in the darkness when it should be put to much better use in the beautiful light.Read More
I'm off to Sydney for a week from tomorrow.....there won't be any posts on here until I return, hopefully I will get some decent shots while I'm away!! The featured image was taken last year with the Fuji X100, a camera that I still have a great fondness for, but one that in recent weeks I've been thinking of selling, simply because it is not getting used....M9 & M6 have a monopoly! I've always managed to split my time fairly evenly between cameras in the past but it's more difficult than ever now!!
Thanks to Google's Analytics I've been quite astonished at the number of visitors I've been getting on this site, thanks to all who've stopped by.
The summer holidays are drawing to a close, the children will soon be back to school and slowly my mind has begun to wander back to the streets. It's an exciting thought, but it also makes me just a little nervous...........excited, nervous, thats good right? Now when you think of New Zealand, you no doubt think of crystal clear lakes, stunning mountain ranges, long sandy beaches and you'd be quite right to do so. But go to the cities, go there and walk the streets with your eyes wide open and they are like cities the world over, they are a diverse melting pot of cultures and characters and as I discovered last year when you shoot the streets anything can happen.Read More
At the beginning of December renowned Street Photographer Yanick Delafoge decided to dedicate the Month of December to his readers favorite images of 2011, my submission of the "Journey of Life" was selected and displayed here. This is a real honour, I've been a follower of Yanick's site for some time and I'm a real fan of his photography and writings.