With bated breath you have awaited my photo shoot pictures, and as promised here they are! I’m going to share them in two blocks of four (there are 8 in total) with the sending block being released next week. I hope you’re as pleased with them as I am.
I’m 49 years old today. Next year I turn half a century. Now that WILL be a celebration and a half! In my relatively short time on the planet we have experienced progress like no previous time; from my childhood where computers were things you saw in films, to the early days of 8 bit,Continue reading “49! How did that happen?”
A couple of my followers have recently messaged me about this monument I talked about, so I thought I’d have a ride up there and show you want it’s all about. The Needle’s Eye is a monument located near me, within about 25 minutes cycling distance. It’s a mid 18th Century folly, supposedly built atContinue reading “The Needle’s Eye”
After hearing that The Moon by Luke Jerram was coming to Wentworth Woodhouse I just had to get tickets. It wasn’t too expensive (under £10 a ticket) and I was certainly looking forward to seeing it. So rather than waffle on for ages… Here’s the gallery. What did I think? Well the Woodhouse is great.Continue reading “The Moon in the Marble Hall”
Remember the photo shoot? Well the final posters are here! My wardrobe on these photos is as follows: Trousers: Rainbow painted denim Reclaimed Vintage jeans (1,2); ASOS teal blue pvc split seam Chinos (3) Shirt: Spiral Direct faded style cut sleeve shirt (1,2,3) Jacket: Cathouse Clothing latex rubber biker jacket (1,2) Boots: Reactor, by NewContinue reading “The photos are here!”
The photographer is now working on our band photos and we should have them very soon, but to keep you entertained until then here’s a timelapse of us doing the shoot.
I captured this in manual mode on my Galaxy Note 20 Ultra as automatic mode just wasn’t doing it justice (see below). I think I got the colours pretty close to what you could actually see visually.
An absolutely beautiful sunset captured using my a Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. This photo was taken using the 108 megapixel mode and so zooming in on the original renders far more detail than I could believe.
I’ve been working on a property in Gainsborough. Nothing too special about it, except the top bedroom on the front which has this great view of the River Trent and North Nottinghamshire area.
I didn’t make it totally obvious but I got a new phone on Tuesday. A Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Initial reactions? The most obvious change from the Note 10 is the total 180 flip of the design. The buttons move from the left hand side of the chassis across to the right hand side.Continue reading “The Galaxy Note 20. The first few days.”